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How Not to Fight Climate Change

Reducing emissions is the right goal. But we still need fossil fuels—and the Dakota pipeline

A pipeline in North Dakota has become a rallying cry for protesters seeking to stop new fossil fuel projects. Their goal—reducing emissions—is the right one; but their methods—opposing and sabotaging pipelines—are wrong.

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