Wednesday, April 28, 2010

E.P.A. Makes Its Case on Climate Change - Green Blog - NYTimes.com

The first paragraph is a stark reality check; the rest of the article is more encouraging

Polls show that tackling climate change is a low priority for the American public. Indeed, a Yale poll found that only 12 percent of Americans were “very worried” about global warming.

In the last few days, the Environmental Protection Agency seems to have initiated a public campaign to make clear where it, and the science, stand, stating that the rise in greenhouse gases is a serious problem to be confronted.

On Monday night, the E.P.A. administrator, Lisa Jackson, made the point as a guest on “The Daily Show With Jon Stewart.” And on Tuesday, the agency released an 80-page glossy report called “Climate Change Indicators in the United States” to help Americans make sense of climate change data.

E.P.A. Makes Its Case on Climate Change - Green Blog - NYTimes.com

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