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Jerry Brown Takes On Climate Change-Denying ‘Troglodytes’

  • July 21, 2015

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California Gov. Jerry Brown (D) on Tuesday urged

At a climate change conference

“We don’t even know how distant we’ve gone, or if we’ve left over a edge,” Brown said

Brown criticized politicians and business leaders who are doubtful of tellurian warming and a effects as “troglodytes” who have a vested seductiveness in “bamboozling” a open about synthetic meridian change.

“We have extreme antithesis and blind inertia. And that antithesis is well-financed, hundreds of millions of dollars going into propaganda, into equivocating a systematic record, bamboozling people of each country,” Brown said 

Noting that he’s “not counting” on a GOP-controlled Congress to residence meridian change, a administrator pulpy a mayors to cut CO emissions in their communities. 

“We have to respond and if we don’t, a universe will suffer,” he said. “We will all suffer. In fact, many people, millions, are pang already.”

Brown, now in his fourth tenure as California governor, has done meridian change one of his signature issues in office. Earlier this year, he released an executive ordersigned

The Vatican conference, attended by metropolitan leaders like New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio and San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee, comes one month after a recover of a pope’s encyclical

“Climate change is a tellurian problem with grave implications: environmental, social, economic, domestic and for a placement of goods,” Pope Francis wrote. “It represents one of a principal hurdles confronting amiability in the day.”

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