Obama Climate Change
Pete Marovich / Bloomberg / Getty Images

Four Ways to Confront Climate Change

In June, President Obama's landmark speech at Georgetown University delivered a powerful message on the dangers the world faces from global warming – extreme weather, rising seas, increased wildfires, epic droughts. "We will be judged," he said, "as a people, as a society, and as a country, on where we go from here." So where do we go? In his first term, Obama enacted tougher vehicle mileage standards and doubled electricity from renewables. But he's still got a long way to go. Here are a few things the president could achieve in his second term.

Launch Gallery »

Facebook just added to your Activity: This Article


Stay Connected

Sign up to receive the Men’s Journal newsletter and special offers from MJ and its marketing partners.

How we use your email

We may use your e-mail address to send you the newsletter and offers that may interest you, on behalf of Men's Journal and its partners. For more information please read our Privacy Policy.


56 Perfect Things

Tech, Tools, Toys, & the Hottest New Gear

Plus: The Deadly Thrill of BASE Jumping