Re: “Mayor urges “be bold” on climate action “revolution””
I am disappointed that the article refers to carbon dioxide (CO2) as one of the alleged causes of climate change when science has been very clear that it is one of the causes. Denial or suggesting otherwise is harmful to the public and our welfare.
I also suggest that you use the full quote from the paper by the American Planning Association regarding social equity as some could read your editor’s note as suggesting something that is completely opposite from the reality of the article. The exact quote starts out by stating that the effects of climate change IS impacting those who least contribute to those factors. The exact quote is: “As we deepen our understanding of climate change effects, it is becoming evident that those who have contributed the least to factors that cause climate change are those who are potentially most vulnerable to the negative consequences of climate change.”
RICHARD MILLER, Escondido
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