WSJ: Why States and Cities Must Lead the Way on Climate Change

The truth is that despite the large-scale, global impact of climate change, it is the states and cities, not Washington D.C., that have most of the legal powers to prevent global warming by helping the United States transition to cleaner energy.
– BILL RITTER, director of the Center for the New Energy Economy at Colorado State University

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