date: Fri, 05 Jan 2007 12:46:24 -0500
from: Andy Revkin <anrevkatXYZxyzimes.com>
subject: a query to all...
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this'll be refreshing after our recent back-and-forths.
a quick question.
given that climate, for most folks, remains local... doing a short piece for weekend
assessing thesis that it's harder to build momentum for climate action in USA because we're
so darned large and climatically variegated (epic snow in rockies, balmy in northeastern
states, etc) compared to, say, Europe (which tends to experience a 'common' climate, to
anyone thought about that much before?
happy to hear your thoughts (but promptly!)
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