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Overcome by heat and inertia

Temperature records continue to fall across the country.  In Washington D.C., which experienced it’s warmest June on record, Senators are picking up the debate on the climate change bill.  While temperatures warm, glaciers melt, and sea level rises, there is little hope of that the bill will receive the necessary votes to prevent it from being stalled.

For now, with limited progress on U.S. climate policy, we must accept the fact that “hot is the new normal.”

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