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President Obama's upcoming trip to Alaska offers a chance to stand strong on climate -- and protect one of Earth's last ocean frontiers. President Obama travels to Alaska on Monday, kicking off a three-day visit meant to spotlight warming temperatures,...Read More
On August 3, President Obama announced the first national limits on carbon pollution from power plants under the Clean Air Act. Laid out in the Clean Power Plan, the new limits are a game-changer that will give a big...Read More
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Climate change is the central environmental challenge of our generation. The Clean Power Plan -- the centerpiece of President Obama's climate action initiative -- promises to be the most important action the United States can take to combat climate change to avoid the worst impacts.