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The ‘reasonable middle’ on climate change

By David Roberts Climate impacts will be worse than skeptics say and not as bad as some climate hawks say -- but those impacts will still be really, really terrible. David Roberts wonders: Can a "reasonable middle" stance on climate change ever influence those with political power?
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