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President Obama's Last 100 Days in Office Critical to Climate Fight

With America's headline-grabbing election barreling down on us like a freight train, the world is wondering what the next U.S. president will do to stave off climate chaos. But as global warming accelerates, every week is a precious opportunity for action. Record-breaking heat and climate-fueled storms like Hurricane Matthew demonstrate delay's deadly cost. President Barack Obama, fortunately, still has time to take critical new steps and secure his climate legacy.
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