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  • Another inconvenient truth: It’s hard to agree how to fight climate change

    The New York Times - 07/11/2016

    For Matthew Nisbet, an expert in environmental communications at Northeastern University, there is a risk that differences of opinion within the movement could lead to greater enmity over time, resulting in a lack of focus. Progress could be lost, he said, “if they start to see each other as rivals and opponents, and they lose sight of broader climate goals and their true opponents.”

    But many in the various factions of the movement say that there is more agreement than it may seem from afar.

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