Saturday, November 3, 2012

New Jersey Governor Chris Christie Accepts the Science of Climate Change (Video)

New Jersey Governor Chris Christie showed his support for President Obama after Hurricane Sandy. This should come as no surprise as Christie disagrees with the GOP's stance on climate change. In 2011 Christie held a press conference at the State House to discuss the administration's policies on climate change and promoting renewable energy. The Governor stressed the need to have effective policies in place to combat the effect of greenhouse gas emissions on the environment, while leading New Jersey into a greener and more renewable energy future. As a moderate and pragmatic man who accepts the science of climate change Christie may represent the future of a rejuvenated Republican party.

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