A view from Washington, D.C.: The confounding climate matrix

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A view from Washington, D.C.: The confounding climate matrix

Climate change will become part of Washington's economic policies--whether they like it or not Many of the issues that preoccupy advocates throughout the country depend on policy decisions, and budgetary consideration in Washington, D.C. Think of the nation's capital as a very big Rubik's cube, that politicians, bureaucrats, and lobbyists twist and turn, not always in unison, but in an often messy effort to strike an acceptable balance, for both the short term and over time. Then take the most complicated algorithm of them all, climate, and try running it…

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