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I agree with Disenhouse that he should have mentioned something about putting a price on carbon. I don't think he went far enough but I believe it is a good start. When the Arctic sea ice fell in 2007 by more than a million square kilometers, the biggest decline ever, to 1,600,000 sq mile, I was more than a little concerned. By last year it had dropped to a new record low of about 1,400,000 sq miles. We are told that scientists best guess is the ocean will rise about 7 feet by 2100, but that all depends on how fast the ice melts. It could be far worse than projections.
June 27, 2013 at 5:30 p.m.
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