After all the climate change discussions, TNR has a review of a report and ideas about why climate change may have failed to achieve the desired goals. Although the game is not over yet, the favourable atmosphere for climate change is not that favourable any more.
At one instance, the writer says:
"Mike Hulme, a climate scientist at the University of East Anglia, has argued that greens mistakenly treated global warming as a run-of-the-mill environmental problem similar to, say, acid rain. But, with acid rain, feasible solutions were already available—namely, scrubbers and low-sulfur coal—that made it relatively straightforward to cap sulfur-dioxide emissions. "
I think this is a key sentence from my viewpoint


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