January 22, 2013

On Climate Change, Can Obama Deliver Change?

Bryan Walsh, Time


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Environmentalists—who’d grumbled during the campaign about the absence of climate change from President Obama’s rhetoric—didn’t have to wait long to see their faith rewarded. During his inaugural address on Jan. 21, Obama spoke with surprising clarity and urgency about the need to fight global warming.

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