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In a sharply written response to President Obama's speech at the UN Climate Talks this week, Bill McKibben questions the rhetoric around climate change and challenges Mr. Obama to not only tighten up his loose language on the issue, but to also rally his constituents (yes, us) to help the issue gain traction here at home.
The bottom line? Targeting 80% reductions in CO2 by 2050 is not an adequate response to the climate crisis.
Read the full article, published today in Mother Jones online, here: