Presidential Climate Action Plan
President Barack Obama’s Climate Action Plan proposed a reduction in carbon dioxide emissions. It included preserving forests, encouraging the use of alternate fuels, and increased study of climate change. The plan was first established in 2008 and updated every two years since.
The plan would support conservation of land and water resources and developing actionable climate science, and to encourage other countries to take action to address climate change, including reducing deforestation and lowering subsidies that increase use of fossil fuels.
- Climate change in the United States
- National Climate Assessment
- National Research Council, report on climate change
- State of the Climate
- "PCAP Advisory Committee". Presidential Climate Action Project. Retrieved 2014-05-07.
- Executive Office of the President. June 2013. The President’s Climate Action Plan. Washington, D. C.: whitehouse.gov, retrieved June 25, 2013 Link: President Obama is taking action on climate change
- "On climate change, Obama, EPA plan action without Congress". Washington Times. 2013-08-14. Retrieved 2013-10-27.
- President's Climate Action Plan Tracker, Center for Climate Change Law, Columbia Law School.