September 10, 2018 by Abhay Sharma
(Source: Los Angeles Times) “We in California and in states all across America believe it’s time to act, it’s time to join together and that’s why at this Climate Action Summit we’re going to get it done.” That was the call to arms last summer Gov. Jerry Brown made as he launched the effort that will draw some 4,000 delegates — many of them the world’s leading climate change experts — to San Francisco this week. Few topics animate Brown more than global efforts to curb greenhouse gas emissions or the refusal by some politicians in this country to join the effort. Expect a good dose of rhetoric on both fronts in his appearances at the three-day Global Climate Action Summit 2018. Brown has been passionately in favor or “subnational governments” like California playing a role and equally passionate in his criticism of President Trump in walking away from the 2015 Paris climate accord. Read full article…
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