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Rhone Resch: A Necessary Plan for Climate Action

The president understands the country can't afford to delay

U.S. News & World Report

by Rhone Resch, President & CEO of SEIA

Like thick smog hanging stubbornly overhead, many of the arguments against President Obama's climate change policy are stagnant, potentially dangerous and pose a serious, long-term threat to America's future. The naysayers have called the president's plan everything from "sheer fantasy" to "massive sacrifice," but they are tethered to antiquated, 20th century mindsets.

This is not, as the Flat Earth Society would have you believe, a debate between clean energy and a robust economy. Today, we can have both, and solar – along with other renewable energy sources – is showing how to make this possible.
 

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