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The Weather Channel, weather.com to Air Climate Special

June 25, 2013

Tuesday afternoon at 1:30 p.m. EDT, President Barack Obama will deliver a key speech on climate change at Georgetown University. In the speech, Obama is expected to announce plans for the United States to cut its carbon footprint in future years.

A special by The Weather Channel, "Science Behind Climate: The President's Speech," will be aired from 1:30 to 3:00 p.m. EDT. It will also be streamed, without commercial interruption, here on weather.com.

(MORE: What Will Obama Say in His Climate Change Speech?)

MORE: NYC Mayor Plans to Fight Climate Change

NYC Response to Climate Change

NYC Response to Climate Change

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NYC Mayor Michael Bloomberg delivers remarks in the Duggal Greenhouse at the Brooklyn Navy Yard about the city's long-term plan to prepare for climate change impacts on June 11, 2013 in New York City. The $20 billion storm protection package details a large network of levees, flood walls and other protections from the rising sea level threat.

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  • NYC Response to Climate Change
  • NYC Response to Climate Change
  • NYC Response to Climate Change
  • NYC Response to Climate Change
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