Energy Chief Rick Perry Denies Carbon Dioxide Is Driving Climate Change

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WASHINGTON — Energy Secretary Rick Perry on Monday dismissed near-universally accepted science, denying that carbon dioxide emissions from human activity are driving global climate change.

Asked by CNBC “Squawk Box” host Joe Kernen whether he believes carbon dioxide “is the primary control knob for the temperature of the Earth and for climate,” Perry [READ MORE HERE]

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