Politics & Government

June 18, 2014

Florida called 'ground zero' for climate change

Four administrators of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency who served under Republican presidents told a Senate panel Wednesday climate change is real and the federal government has the responsibility and the legal authority to combat it. While saying they might differ on the details of how U.S. officials should react, the former administrators said the cost of delay — or of doing nothing — was high. Florida came in for special attention.

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