“New Chapter on Climate Change”

November 19, 2008 at 2:01 am 2 comments

Penned by Nick

For the first time in 8 years, US leadership stepped to the fore in the climate change debate and moved it beyond being a debate and into being a discussion…about action, consequences, and opportunities.

President-elect Obama shared these few words with those gathering in California this weekend to talk through a successor treaty to the Kyoto protocol.

For anyone looking to identify a key trend in the years ahead, we’d encourage you to think through how your industry will change as Obama takes office, and the economy transitions towards a more sustainable future.

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  • 1. the green theory  |  November 19, 2008 at 7:20 am

    i’ve liked Barack Obama from the very beginning. and i’ve been a Greenpeace member for 2 years now. and from the combination of these two, i really hope we undergo a drastic improvement in protecting the environment. this is really a crucial time for everyone, worldwide, to be part of the green campaign. good luck with Obama and a greener environment. =)


  • 2. Pat  |  November 19, 2008 at 5:06 pm

    This step by Obama is so valuable. He used video conferencing to make a simple point, of saving emissions by not traveling, and saving money by using this venue. He will put companies like http://try.nefsis.com in the forefront of leading the business community to more stable, economical and ‘green’ futures!


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