Robert Redford fears little progress will be made in combatting climate change in the remainder of President Obama’s second term.
“Am I disappointed in the outcome? Somewhat, not entirely,” Redford told The Hollywood Reporter. “You have to look at what [President Obama]’s up against. There’s never been a more paralyzed system to try to work with.”
Redford attended the launch of Pitzer College’s new environmental initiative that involves a fossil fuel divestment climate-action model. He slammed the current state of politics after the event on April 12.
“There’s too much partisan warfare. It’s sad,” he said.