November 29, 2012

Top 5 Climate Challenges Facing Obama

Andrew Freedman, Climate Central


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As President Obama approaches the start of his second term, the country faces a growing list of climate and weather-related challenges. Some of these, like addressing global warming, are long-term and high-profile challenges that have only grown more urgent during the past four years. Others, such as grappling with how to improve weather and climate forecasting despite limited resources, are newcomers to the agenda.

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TAGGED: Weather, Climate Change, Obama Administration

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