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October 31, 2012

President Obama talks Climate on MTV

Last week, the young voters submitting questions for President Obama's appearance on MTV did something all three of the moderators of the Presidential debates claimed they “ran out of time” to do: ask a question about the ongoing climate crisis. In response, Obama mentioned the “huge contrast” on the issue he has with Republican candidate Mitt Romney, who mocked the climate crisis at the Republican National Convention. Obama went on to talk about the significant cuts in carbon emissions that will result from the fuel efficiency standards, clean energy investments, and energy efficiency initiatives he's implemented – and called for more action.

Check out his answer here:

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