That's how Obama describes his Administration's legacy plan for fighting anthropogenic climate change, The Clean Power Plan.
There are of course differences of opinion about the plan's efficacy in said fight.
Obama Wants You to Think His Climate Plan Is Bold. It’s Not. By Eric Holthaus
Then, of course, there are those who don't think there's anything to fight, or any need to fight whatever it is, or possibly, if there is a need, it's one we can't afford.
From the documentary, Merchants of Doubt, we find that various corporate-funded, energy corporation-related think tanks have come up with three basic arguments regarding what to do about climate change. With a few notable exceptions, the GOP tends to mix and match them in their arguments. At about 54 minutes, Mathew Crawford, who was an Executive Director of the George C. Marshall Institute for about six months before he realized he couldn't go along with their ideologue-oriented program, tells us these are the three basic arguments:
1. The earth is not warming
2. The earth is warming but it is not due to human activities.
3. The earth is warming, it's due to human activities, but the cost of doing anything to curtail it is too great for society to bear.
As Eugene Robinson puts it:
This promises to be one of the starkest ideological divides facing voters next year.
No pressure; it’s only the fate of the planet hanging in the balance.