Celebrating Clean Energy, Supporting Cap and Trade
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Last week, the Obama administration released the annual "Economic Report of the President," which evaluates the nation's economic progress over the last year and sets out a plan for the future.Grist explains:
Its most striking feature is that it doesn't back off, at all, on the priorities Obama identified during his campaign: investing in clean energy, implementing a market-based system to reduce carbon pollution, and working to forge international cooperation on climate change. In fact, it's one of the most cogent presentations of the president's energy thinking I've seen.
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Read more about clean energy:
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Industry Leaders Consider Why America has Fallen Behind at the National Climate Summit
Renewable Energy Revolution Sweeps the US
Clean Energy: Wall Street's New Love Affair
Read more about cap and trade:
Cap and Trade Explained in Under Four Minutes (Video)
The Facts of Cap and Trade (Video)
Obama's Cap and Trade Would Generate $645 Billion in "Climate Revenue"