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Energy, Climate Change, and the Election of 2016

By Christopher Ito and Lucy Di Rosa The election of 2016 is over, and now we are preparing for the reality that Donald Trump will be our next President. Based on Mr. Trump’s written statement about his first 100 days and other campaign rhetoric, it is reasonable to assume that he intends to reverse policies and reduce government funding that insure against the worst economic, physical, and social impacts of a changing climate. His...

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