Obama’s Climate Speech Lays Out US Climate Change Plans
US President Barack Obama delivered a major speech on climate change and the environment at Georgetown University on Tuesday.
The President announced plans for the first ever federal regulations on emissions of green house gasses from power stations, linked approval for the controversial Keystone pipeline to its environmental impact for the first time, and explained plans for an expansion in renewable energy generation.
“As a president, as a father and as an American, I’m here to say we need to act,” he said.
Video: Obama’s Climate Speech Highlights and Reactions
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