"Why would you do that? ... Anytime you start putting restrictions -- say, X amount must be public -- all it does is tie your hands so that you lose flexibility, which undermines your overall effectiveness," Metcalf said. "What's important is addressing climate change. That's what we need to keep the focus on."
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