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Tim Phillips is an oil industry-funded, climate denial mouthpiece trying to convince Americans that climate change isn't happening.
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This ought to send a chill down the spine of anyone hoping for a thoughtful approach to climate change policy from the White House.
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Armond Cohen outlines the best ways to ease our transition into renewable power.
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