US President Barack Obama visited Alaska, making his latest push for action on climate change. At the school gym in Kotzebue, a small Alaskan town of 3,000, Obama urged Americans to take swift action against climate change. “There is one thing no American president had done before and this is travel above the Arctic Circle,” Obama said on September 2. “I could not be prouder to be the first,” he added.
Obama said Alaskans were already living with evidence of the changes. “In the past few year...
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