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Obama calls for a new global business model to fight climate change

Obama gave his final address to the United Nations on Tuesday, where he discussed how investing in new technologies can help combat climate change, among other issues. He highlighted the need for a "new model" for the global marketplace, one that's both environmentally sustainable and inclusive of rich and poor countries. The address came just a day before Obama signed a Presidential Memorandum requiring the federal government to consider climate change when setting national security policies.
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