According to the president of the United States, Barack Obama, climate change is becoming more important and we need to start taking actions, Obama says. The president gave a speech at Georgetown University in Washington last month. Obama stated that he is trying to pass a bill to reduce the emissions of carbon and pollution from factories and vehicles. He said “My energy plan will cut carbon emissions, help U.S. face worst effects.” In his speech, he encourages to start using cleaner energies and start acting so future generations do not suffer the effect of global warming.
I thought it would be interesting to share this because we are at a critical moment where we can either take the necessary measures or our future generations will suffer the consequences. I am glad that finally someone like the president who has power is taking a stand against climate change.
To read the whole speech, go to: http://www.jsonline.com/news/opinion/president-barack-obama-we-must-face-the-problem-of-climate-change-b9945912z1-214433911.html