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Wednesday October 20th, 2021 11:18PM

LISTEN: Gregory Wrightstone on the benfits of climate change

By Mornings on Maine Street

Geologist Gregory Wrightstone visited "Mornings on Maine Street" to talk about how warming trends and increases in CO2 levels have actually benefited the planet and the people on it. He is author of "Inconvenient Facts: the Science that Al Gore Doesn't Want You to Know."

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LISTEN: Gregory Wrightstone on the benfits of climate change
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