Nothing New for Environment in Bush State of the Union

[Environment News Service] In his final State of the Union Address to the nation tonight, outgoing President George W. Bush called on Congress to work with him in his remaining year to improve energy security and confront the challenge of climate change without undermining economic growth. To the president, this means developing American technology to replace imported oil with clean coal, nuclear power and renewables, a position he has maintained since early in his presidency.
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