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  1. The Climate-KIC team
  2. Speaking out on climate change
  3. Wednesday, 11 March 2015
What are the negative forces or barriers to bringing down CO2?
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One, and arguably the strongest factor, mentioned by James Hansen, are politics and the fact that energy policies have been and still are "focused on finding more fossil fuels". I think especially in the US, corporate influence and lobbyism by the oil industry aiming to keep the status quo, play a critical role.

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One, and arguably the strongest factor, Titlementioned by James Hansen, are politics and the fact that energy policies have been and still are "focused on finding more fossil fuels". I think especially in the US, corporate influence and lobbyism by the oil industry aiming to keep the status quo, play a critical role.
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