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OBAMA CLIMATE CHANGE SPEECH
Last Night I Dreamed Of You And Now, I Must Say Goodbye
Imani Michelle Scott, Ph.D.
Professor, Consultant, Author
Dear 1st Lady Michelle With admiring eyes I have seen in you The classiest confidence of a woman The unflinching support
Obama Calls Opponents 'Crazies' In Fundraiser Speech
Alana Horowitz Satlin
Back from vacation, Obama is feeling "a little feisty."
Obama Rallies Support For The 'Generational Project' Of Dealing With Climate Change
Earlier this month, the Obama administration followed up on a key component of that plan, releasing new draft rules for cutting
White House Plans Another Big Climate Push
Wednesday marks the one-year anniversary of Obama's speech at Georgetown University, where he unveiled his climate action
White House Unveils Climate Data Website To 'Empower America's Communities To Prepare'
President Barack Obama had already mentioned the data initiative in a list of new programs announced in his big climate speech
So What Exactly Is Obama's Red Line On Keystone XL?
So which one is the White House's position? WASHINGTON -- In the lead-up to President Barack Obama's heavily billed speech
Keystone XL Pipeline Decision Expected By June: WSJ
The State Department and the White House have not offered an official timeline for the decision. The proposed pipeline, which
U.S. Prepares for Climate Disasters While Hitting the Brakes on the Climate Negotiations
The last thing we need right now is "flexibility." What we need is for President Obama to live up to his inaugural promise made less than one year ago, to "respond to the threat of climate change, knowing that the failure to do so would betray our children and future generations."
U.S Treasury Issues New Guidance On Funding Coal Plants Abroad
Jake Schmidt, the international climate policy director at the Natural Resources Defense Council, praised the fact that the
GOP Senator Accuses Climate Change Group Of 'Environmental Jihad'
Sen. Ron Johnson (R-Wis.) coined a new term to describe the push for climate change action: "environmental jihad."
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Ron Johnson Accuses Group Fighting Climate Change Of 'Environmental Jihad'
"The League of Conservation Voters is one of the many attack dog groups used by President Obama, the Democrats and the extreme
Is the Season for Climate Change Denial Finally Over?
Chief Operating Officer NextGen Climate America Inc.; NRDC Sen...
We are already paying a high price for failing to confront the climate change threat. The longer we delay taking action, the more these expenses will rise, and the more our children and our grandchildren will suffer the impacts.
American Leadership on Climate Change
President of the Environmental Defense Fund
We hire presidents to do more than one thing at a time. With record heat, ever-stronger storms, and massive increases in insurance and infrastructure costs on the way, climate change is one big problem that we ignore at our own peril.
A Reasonable Approach to a Clear and Present Danger
Rep. Paul Tonko
Rep. Gerry Connolly
The economic damages from last year's weather disasters alone totaled $110 billion. In order to combat its impacts and costs, we need to be proactive in tackling climate change. The President's plan will help us to do just that.
The Politics of Energy Is Changing
Former President of the Republic of Maldives
Bad energy policy is not just polluting our planet; it is polluting our politics, and warping international relations. It is the invisible force holding nations in thrall to dictators, causing conflicts and repressing human rights.
U.S. Action on Climate Change: Yes, We... Might?
German Member of the European Parliament and climate change ex...
It is time the Washington caught up with Europe! This is certainly not about cocking a snook at anybody -- it is just very rewarding to see that, finally, European leadership has paid off. Finally, the U.S. is "back in the game."
He Gets It.
Editorial Director, Moms Clean Air Force
On Tuesday, President Obama told us he gets it -- he's committed the U.S. to fighting climate change. He's putting the breaks on climate change.
Chicago Supports President Obama on Climate Change
Mayor of Chicago, IL
Cities can drive dramatic improvements on climate but we can't do it alone. As the Mayor of Chicago, I see the both the benefits of tackling this challenge and the threats that remain.
President Obama's Energy Plan: Half Empty or Half Full?
National energy policy expert and former Chairman of the Oklah...
As a country, the key is to realize that the tank isn't unlimited. We have to make real decisions about the collective journey we've embarked upon together and the wisest roadmap to get us to our destination in as effective manner as possible.
Obama's Climate Change Speech Nearly Drowned Out By Planes
President Unveils 'Obama Climate Pollution Test' for Future Energy Projects
Executive Director, Greenpeace
Today, in his speech at Georgetown University, President Obama challenged us to answer the essential question for every future energy policy decision we face -- what will the net climate impact be if this project goes forward?
WATCH: Obama Wipes Off Sweat 10 Bajillion Times During Climate Change Speech
Cable Networks Snub Obama Climate Change Speech
All three cable networks turned to Obama's remarks but cut away from the speech well before it was intended to end. MSNBC
Obama: Keystone XL Should Not Be Approved If It Will Increase Greenhouse Gas Emissions
The pipeline, if approved by State, would extend 1,200 miles from Alberta, Canada, to southeastern Nebraska, carrying diluted
Obama To Announce Limits On Power Plants
Sidestepping Congress by using executive action doesn't guarantee Obama smooth sailing. Lawmakers could introduce legislation
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