Climate Change: Ideology vs. Corporate Pragmatism

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Look here for an analysis of the Bush administration’s deepening isolation on climate change – even the business community is taking another side.

But be warned, the piece is authored by Eugene Linden, whose book The Winds of Change: Climate, Weather and the Destruction of Civilizations is currently winning rave reviews. That either makes Linden an impressive expert in the field, whose well-researched earlier work is winning professional acclaim, or a left-wing ideologue. Read the book before you decide.

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