Carter: ‘Nutcase’ deniers hamper climate efforts

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Strange the Carter describes the U.S. as a laggard when the U.S. has lead the world in co2 emissions reductions since the 1997 Kyoto protocol.

http://www.c3headlines.com/2014/07/co2-emission-reductions-since-kyoto-protocol-1997-us-outperforms-major-world-regions-greenhouse-gas.html

Carter has relegated himself to irrelevance in the Hall of Presidents.

President Carter could have stopped global warming when he was president. But he failed to do so. It would have been easy for him to promote a clean, green and safe energy source that could actually produce enough energy to significantly reduce the amount of fossil fuels that would be burned. I voted for him because I assumed that his background in the Navy with nuclear submarines meant that he understood that getting energy from nuclear reactors could be done safely and would save the US nuclear power industry. Instead, he killed it. However, it is being revived in China and a few other places. Let’s hope it is not “too little and too late”.



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