Earlier this month, we launched an action calling on the President to drop his support for his so-called "all of the above" energy policy and to instead use the first State of the Union address of his second term to lay out a clear plan to stop global warming.
Since then, President Obama said some pretty momentous things about climate change in his inaugural address. And policy advisors from the Vice President on down have been backing up the sentiment by promising more real action on global warming. And that's all good news.
In fact, it’s so good that a bunch of people have asked, "Should we really be picking on the President? Why not go after Congress and demand action? Or the oil and coal companies?"
Of course — the answer is that we should do all those things — and a bunch more. But there's a really good reason to KEEP our attention focused on the President. Only President Obama can say "NO" to five of the 14 biggest climate-killing projects in the world: