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Whether it’s rising sea levels, ocean acidification, or declining fisheries, we’re already seeing the effects of climate change in Maine. I hope that the conversations in Paris yield effective and comprehensive actions to head off even worse impacts here and around the world. - Chellie Pingree
Clearly our climate is changing; the question is, is man responsible for that climate change? I personally am suspect. - Bruce Poliquin
Maine's Governor, Paul LePage, claims scientists are "divided" on whether humans cause climate change.
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See also: Disinformation on Climate Change is Staggering
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