February 14, 2013

Obama's Path from Energy Rhetoric to Reality

Andrew Revkin, New York Times


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On energy and human-driven global warming, President Obama’s State of the Union address (and the background sheet providing detail behind the talking points) had something for everyone, making it hard — outside of a couple of specific proposals — to figure out how much action might follow the smoothly delivered rhetoric. . .

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