A Green Attack On Red States

Investor's Business Daily
August 2015
Investors Business Daily;8/4/2015, pA12
The article focuses on the climate change policies by U.S. President Barack Obama. Topics discussed include the global carbon emissions management in the U.S., the increase in the use of coal and fossil fuels in several countries such as India and China, and the economic security management. Also mentioned are the energy management in the country and the coal producers in the country.


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