A Fistful of Pragmatism: The Energy Consensus That’s Just Sitting There
When it comes to energy policy, do we really need to agree on the why before we can agree on the what?
That’s been the working assumption of lots of people on all sides of the debate so far, and it’s stopped climate change policy dead in its tracks. One of the few things the politicians and advocates seem to agree on is that if you don’t agree on whether global warming is real or not, you can’t move forward. But that just isn’t true.
If you’re interested in what people think about global warming, then the latest “Beyond Red and Blue” survey from the Pew Research Center probably underscores what you already knew: there’s a sharp partisan divide about