Dec. 7, 2012 by Wesleyan Alumni Community
“Congratulations, Mr. President.
“Families across the country look forward to working with you to clean our air. Clean air means a stable climate.
“You said it best in your acceptance speech: ‘We want our children to live in an America… that isn’t threatened by the destructive power of a warming planet.’
“Now is the time to launch the mother of all campaigns — to stop climate change.
“Mother Nature became an important player in this election, too big to ignore. Her strategy? Extreme weather. …”
Image: via Personal Nature blog.
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