Obama Says U.S. Must Lead Transition to Sustainable Energy

In his second inaugural speech, President Obama said the path toward sustainable energy sources may be “long and sometimes difficult,” but that the nation should be the world’s green energy leader. He also spoke about climate change.

President Obama devoted a significant portion of his second inaugural speech Monday to climate change, elevating the hopes of environmentalists who are seeking an aggressive second-term commitment from a White House that has not provided a specific agenda. Obama cited extreme weather that has battered the nation over the last year and cast tackling climate change as an obligation to future generations.

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