"Overall, my budget devotes $4.5 billion to addressing climate change - more than any other nation's commitment in the entire world. This is an increase of more than $700m over last year's budget. Our nation will continue to lead the world in basic climate and science research to address gaps in our knowledge that are important to decision makers.<quoted text> I agree with you about Obama .
He was straight forward about his intent to change America into a third world county.
He is constantly attacking the 2nd, 4th and the Due process cause of the 14th amendments.
He is creating a vast welfare state that is dependent on the Federal Government.
He wants to destroy all economic prosperity by using this global warming/ CO2 green house effect to tax us into not being able to pay for energy.
His attacks on coal fired electric plants is an example of that.
The Egyptians described a major climate change in something like 3000 BC just after the pyramids were completed.
Everyone knows that those folks had lots of coal burning plants back then which caused temperatures to rise and the drouth in the Nile valley.
That's also why the polar ice caps on Mars are melting, must be all that hot air from Al Gore .
But he only way to stop this guy is to stop the continuous growth of local,state and Federal government with an end to this entitlement program addiction.
When we make decisions, we want to make sure we do so on sound science; not what sounds good, but what is real. And the United States leads the world in providing that kind of research. We'll devote $588m towards the research and development of energy conservation technologies. We must and we will conserve more in the United States. And we will spend $408m toward research and development on renewables, on renewable energy.
My comprehensive energy plan, the first energy plan that any administration has put out in a long period of time, provides $4.6bn over the next five years in clean energy tax incentives to encourage purchases of hybrid and fuel cell vehicles, to promote residential solar energy, and to reward investments in wind, solar and biomass energy production. And we will look for ways to increase the amount of carbon stored by America's farms and forests through a strong conservation title in the farm bill. I have asked Secretary XXXXXX to recommend new targeted incentives for landowners to increase carbon storage."