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Bill Clinton laments climate inaction, backs fracking and Keystone redo

Former President Bill Clinton took aim today at lawmakers who are blocking legislation to reduce U.S. greenhouse gas emissions, saying that the scientific proof of their potential harm has only gotten stronger since Congress blocked Clinton's own administration from signing an international climate change treaty 15 years ago. "We're the only major country in the world that has one political party where apparently it's ideologically imperative to deny the reality of climate change," Clinton said at an Energy Department conference this morning.


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