January 25, 2012

Obama Plan: Clean Energy, Smart Safeguards

Frances Beinecke, NRDC Switchboard


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President Obama confirmed his commitment to clean energy and to environmental and public health protections in his State of the Union Address last night. He celebrated the extraordinary growth of the clean energy economy, and he laid out a plan to create more clean energy jobs and more responsible energy development.

“We don’t have to choose between our environment and our economy,” the president said.

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TAGGED: Environmental Protection, Smart Energy, Clean Energy, Natural Resources Defense Council, NRDC

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