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‘Is California a climate leader? Nope. From 200-2013 it reduced its emissions less than the national average.’

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Mike Shellenberger, the President Breakthrough Institute, and a man who Time Magazine called ‘Hero of the Environment’: ‘Is California a climate leader? Nope. From 200-2013 it reduced its emissions less than the national average.’ – Feb. 3, 2015

 

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