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Climate change will wreak havoc on the world unless governments take drastic steps within the next decade, a new United Nations report warns.
At a hearing on a proposed new energy bill this week, D.C. environmentalists weighed in on the District’s plan to fight global warming. Legislation, supported by a majority of the Council, aims to halve carbon emissions in D.C. by 2032. Does it go far enough? Does it go too far?
- Jacob Fenston Environment Reporter, WAMU 88.5; @JacobFenston
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