Two days ago, I was convinced that the amazing Keystone XL pipeline victory won by the North American climate movement on Nov. 10 was going to be, without question, a pivotal turning point. Today, having thought more about it, I'd say it's more like somewhere between "maybe" and "probably." I'm reminded of another "victory" that many in the climate and broader progressive movement were feeling just about three years ago: Obama's election. That one didn't exactly turn out the way many of us thought it would. Obama does deserve credit and thanks for the decision he made to put off …
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Ted Glick is the national policy director for the Chesapeake Climate Action Network. Past writings and more information can be found here.
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