Just last week, in a 2-1 decision, the 9th Circuit correctly tossed out the “climate kids’” lawsuit seeking a judicial order requiring the executive and legislative branches to design and implement policy the plaintiffs had been unable to convince the political branches to enact. The plaintiffs sought no less than a judicial coup over the co-equal legislative and executive branches of the U.S. government. The Obama appointed federal judges rejected that unconstitutional request.
The most important questions about climate change are the ones rarely discussed.
If the climate as IS is different from how it OUGHT to be, then what OUGHT the climate be? And why? And how can increased government power achieve that goal?