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Setting Priorities: From the Presidential Debates to the Paris Climate Talks

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The Failed BTU Tax That Might Have Made A Difference

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“Nation at a Crossroads” February 2014

WAMC Steven A Leibo is the Sage Colleges Professor of International History and Politics “Nation at a Crossroads” There is something really depressing about watching a nation standing at a crossroads hesitantly leaning in the wrong direction. Sadly, a nation … Continue reading

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Public Substance Abuse January 23, 2014

WAMC JAN 2014 Dr Steven Leibo is the Sage Colleges Professor of International History & Politics “On Substance Abuse” Let me be blunt here. We need to stop talking about the climate crisis. In fact, I am sick of hearing … Continue reading

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Protecting the Only Planet We Have January 2014

WAMC Jan. 9 Steven A Leibo is the Sage Colleges Professor of International History & Politics Let me see if I have this straight. The climate on our beloved earth, the only planet we know of in the entire universe … Continue reading

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What’s Your Number? On Hitting 400 May 2012

NASA CO2 figures over the century MAY 9 2012 Steven A Leibo is a professor of International History & Politics at the Sage Colleges WHAT’S YOUR NUMBER? “I don’t want to be a number.” It was a comment one heard … Continue reading

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