#EnergyChat: The Ins and Outs of President Obama's New Climate Change Plan

Matthew Stepp June 28, 2013
June 28, 2013

On Tuesday June 25th, President Obama announced his new federal climate change initiative aimed at reducing U.S. carbon emissions and better preparing the nation for the impacts of extreme weather. In his much-anticipated remarks at Georgetown University, the President laid out three main tranches of policies that almost exclusively require on executive branch action and not Congressional legislation.

In an #EnergyChat with TheEnergyCollective.com’s Jesse Jenkins, Matthew Stepp discusses the major elements of the President’s speech and proposed climate strategy, which you can view here, or below. In this post, I also run through the key takeaways on the new White House climate strategy.