President Barack Obama on Tuesday spoke to members of the media while on a hike to the Exit Glacier in Seward, Alaska. According to National Park Service research, the glacier has retreated about 1.25 miles over the past 200 years. Obama is on a historic three-day trip to Alaska aimed at showing solidarity with a state often overlooked by Washington, D.C. The president is using Alaska’s changing landscape as an urgent call to action on climate change.
President Barack Obama on Tuesday spoke to members of the media while on a hike to the Exit Glacier in Seward, Alaska. According to National Park Service research, the glacier has retreated about 1.25 miles over the past 200 years. Obama is on a historic three-day trip to Alaska aimed at showing solidarity with a state often overlooked by Washington, D.C. The president is using Alaska’s changing landscape as an urgent call to action on climate change. Andrew Harnik The Associated Press
President Barack Obama on Tuesday spoke to members of the media while on a hike to the Exit Glacier in Seward, Alaska. According to National Park Service research, the glacier has retreated about 1.25 miles over the past 200 years. Obama is on a historic three-day trip to Alaska aimed at showing solidarity with a state often overlooked by Washington, D.C. The president is using Alaska’s changing landscape as an urgent call to action on climate change. Andrew Harnik The Associated Press

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