July 1, 2013

Action on Climate Change Long Overdue

Barack Obama, Detroit Free Press


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On Tuesday, I unveiled a new national plan to confront climate change. It’s a plan that will reduce carbon pollution to prevent the worst effects of climate change, prepare our country for the effects we can’t stop, and lead the world in combating the growing threat of a changing climate. . .

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TAGGED: Detroit Free Press, Climate Change, Global Warming, U.S. Energy Policy, President Barack Obama

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