After the State of the Union, What the President (and We) Can Do on Climate
The 2013 State of the Union address could be a watershed moment in the U.S. transition to a clean energy economy.
Yesterday’s State of the Union address could go down as a watershed moment in America’s transition to a clean energy economy. Two years ago, the president wouldn’t mention climate change. Last night, he spoke honestly about the issue to 40 million people and vowed that if “Congress won’t act soon to protect future generations, I will.” The question is: Just what can President Obama do, and what will it mean for our economy and energy system?
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