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Michael Brune on Obama Climate Speech

Published: June 27, 2013



President Obama gives his historic speech on climate change at Georgetown University. (whitehouse.gov)


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Michael Brune, Sierra Club executive director, Responds to Obama Climate Speech- In a recent speech at
Georgetown University President Obama outlined his plan to tackle
climate change. Brune says Obama signaled a rejection of the Keystone Pipeline and should improve his position on natural gas. Overall, Brune gives the speech a B+. Click "read more" to hear Brune's interview with LOE's Steve Curwood.

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