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If Biden gives up on climate, it’s a white flag for the planet

June 21, 2022

At one point in Al Gore’s seminal 2006 film “An Inconvenient Truth,” the former vice president laments that his tobacco-farming parents didn’t stop raising tobacco until after their beloved daughter Nancy died of lung cancer in Tennessee. “It’s just human nature to take time to connect the dots,” Mr. Gore says in the film. “But … there can be a day of reckoning when you wish you had connected the dots more quickly.”

Article Source: Baltimore Sun

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