15 Ways President Obama Has Tackled Climate Change

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Supporting Land Conservation

By signing the Omnibus Public Land Management Act of 2009, the president designated more than 2 million acres of federal wilderness, protecting thousands of miles of trails and more than a thousand miles of rivers. Using his power of the Antiquities Act, Obama announced several new national historic sites in 2013, joining landmarks like Ft. Monroe in Hampton, Virginia, a haven for slaves during the Civil War. (Photo: Ben Bloker USAF / MAI /Landov)

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