PRESIDENT CLINTONíS FIVE CLIMATE CHANGE PRINCIPLES


October 22, 1997

Global climate change is the premier environmental challenge and opportunity of the 21st century, and the risks it poses justify sensible preventive steps. Addressing this issue is one of the United Statesí greatest imperatives, for this and future generations. Recognizing the solid foundation of climate science, President Clinton is committed to strong and sensible action to reduce greenhouse gas emissions -- including realistic and binding emissions targets.

President Clintonís climate change plan is based on five key principles:

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