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With Paris Agreement Now Official, a Look Back at Climate Deniers Who Said It Couldn’t Happen

With recent ratifications by the European Union, India, and Canada, the Paris climate agreement is set to take effect November 4, just days before the start of COP 22, the United Nations climate conference happening in mid-November in Marrakesh, Morocco.  The agreement’s swift movement through the ratification process surprised many, from U.S. President Barack Obama to U.
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