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Published on February 5th, 2011 | by Jeremy Bloom

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“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.

“Different crowd, I guess,” said Zach Shahan at Planetsave. “One that believes in science and understands the scientific process.”

Watch the whole thing for a little weekend inspiration…

(Via Planetsave)

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5 Responses to “Climate Change” back in Obama’s vocabulary

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  2. Miles Davis says:

    Thank God he finally mentioned it after forgetting to mention it in the state of the union speech. So game back on. Now can go back to condemning our kids to a CO2 death just to get them to turn the lights out more often.
    Meanwhile, the UN had allowed carbon trading to trump 3rd world fresh water relief, starvation rescue and 3rd world education for just over 24 years of climate control instead of needed population control. Nice job. Our Iraq War? Yes!

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