Published on February 5th, 2011 | by Jeremy Bloom5
“Climate Change” back in Obama’s vocabulary
After leaving the words “climate change”, “global warming”, and even “environment” out of his State of the Union address, it’s good to hear President Obama speaking about them again – this time in a speech to students at Penn State University.
The talk focused on green building, energy efficiency, and combating climate disaster – not subjects that would have gone over well with the new anti-science GOP/Tea Party majority in Congress.
Watch the whole thing for a little weekend inspiration…
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