Will Bush acknowledge the harmful impacts of global climate disruption?

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Will there be a significant shift in the President’s approach to climate change when he gives another “Rose Garden speech” on April 16?  Not unless we see administration political officials freely acknowledge scientific assessments of the harmful impacts of global climate disruption and begin to act on them. See Andy Revkin’s New York Times Dot Earth blog post (“Bush to State Climate Goals Wednesday”), a letter from the Competitive Enterprise Institute blaming the problem on climate change litigation and environmental laws that need to be “fixed” (comment #2), and our own comment (#14). 

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