Disappointment Shadows Jerry Brown’s Climate Legacy in California

September 5, 2018 by Abhay Sharma

(Source: Climate Liability News) When Jerry Brown first began to claw his way back from a long political exile to reclaim the governor’s seat in Sacramento eight years ago, many in the environmental movement were ecstatic. But their climate champion never reached the heights they predicted. Now, after two bruising terms in office, Brown’s green mantle has become threadbare in the eyes of some of the state’s most high-profile environmental activists. They contend that the governor has tarnished his legacy by cozying up to oil and gas companies, becoming in essence, a paper tiger on the issue of climate change. Read full article…

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