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Hurricane Sandy Reignites Climate Change Debatei
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Brian Padden
November 01, 2012 8:51 PM
The devastation to New York City and the eastern seaboard of the United States from Hurricane Sandy has reignited the debate over global warming. Many experts believe the warming of the planet is largely caused by the burning of fossil fuels. VOA’s Brian Padden talked to climate change activists and skeptics about Sandy’s potential impact on environmental policy.

Hurricane Sandy Reignites Climate Change Debate

Brian Padden

Published November 01, 2012

The devastation to New York City and the eastern seaboard of the United States from Hurricane Sandy has reignited the debate over global warming. Many experts believe the warming of the planet is largely caused by the burning of fossil fuels. VOA’s Brian Padden talked to climate change activists and skeptics about Sandy’s potential impact on environmental policy.


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