Saturday, May 05, 2012

President Obama releases updated 2012-2012 Climate Action plan. Who knew in this election year? Media, what is Romney’s plan?


Somehow I missed that President and presidential candidate Obama has been diligently working on an updated Climate Action plan?  What about Romney? 

What was the media coverage, as this was released just in April 17th of this year? 

I read the Global Climate Change Impacts in the US (2009) but the new report by the US government got right by me.  What was I doing that day?  What was the media doing? 

The US is having a major election for the president of the US and billions are being spent to fill the public’s mind full of all kinds of nonsense but a story about the President putting out a major update on what needs to be done on Climate Change get buried.  Very interesting. 

I’m sure I’m missing something. Administration Releases 10-Year Global Change Strategic Plan

The Obama Administration today released a 10-year strategic plan for research related to global change, identifying priorities that will help state and local governments, businesses, and communities prepare for anticipated changes in the global environment, including climate change, in the decades ahead. The Plan—released by the U.S. Global Change Research Program (USGCRP), which for more than 20 years has coordinated Federal global change research— was developed collaboratively by more than 100 Federal scientists. It reflects extensive inputs from stakeholders and the general public, as well as a detailed review by the National Research Council, chartered by Congress to provide independent expert advice to the Nation. The Plan will be implemented through the USGCRP and the 13 Federal departments and agencies it represents. (April 27, 2012) United States Global Change Research Program

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