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[商业新闻] 2015-09-06&09-08 美国总统奥巴马宣布“清洁能源计划”

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Obama administration pressing to act on climate change   

Brian Deese, Senior Advisor to U.S. President Barack Obama, explains why the administration is pushing for a transition to alternative energy.


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loot at in the prestent it has been very clear, he is going to lead the country in the world to make the transition to 0 carbon renewal engery,

we need to do that for the sake of our planet and we can do that consistent with strongy growing the enconmy, but the same time that's trans not goning happened overnight, and we are going to relying on oil and gas as part of that tran.
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with espect to our energy sector.



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Look at in the President, it has been very clear he is going to lead the country and the world to make the transition to zero carbon renewal energy. We need to do that for the sake of our planet and we can do that consistent with a strong growing economy. But at the same time that's the transition is not going to happen overnight and we are going to be relying on oil and gas as part of that transition. And so as long as we are transitioning, he thinks we should be relying on the American sources of energy. Both because they provide energy security benefits, but also because we can impose the highest demonstrating safety standards in the world. Setting just they say the consistent position and you watch here from the President today is strong clearing call to act to address the climate change before it's too late.

And it makes sense from the security perspective we understand that. But when you are talking about investment, there's been a lot of money provided sector investment. That's really been funded into the oil and gas sectors to froggy. That's money that's not going to bring renewal sources.


Well again, what we are seeing in the US economy is exciting and historic transition with respect to our energy sector. We've seen solar resources are up 20%, wind up 3 by 3 times since the President's been in office. And you've seen dramatic reduction in the cost of the sources of energy as well. So the trajectory in terms of how we can move to a clean energy economy and increase investment in that economy is clear. But at the same time, this does have to be a transition and the President has been clear about that. I think this is part of a large debate between those who either deny climate change existence or accept it but say that America just doubts isn't up to the task. President fundamentally disagrees and he is going to be layout the case for why we have to make this transition more quickly and how can it can be good for American economy.


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Look, the President has been very clear. He is going to lead the country in the world to make a transition to zero-carbon renewable energy. We need to do that for the sake of our planet. We can do that consistent with a strong, growing economy. But at the same time that transition is not going to happen overnight, and we are going to be relying on oil and gas a part of that transition. So as long as we are transitioning, he thinks we should be relying on American sources of energy, both because they provide energy security benefits but also because we can impose the highest and most stringent safety standards in the world. ---- there is a consistent position, you will watch here from the President today, is a strong and clear call to act to address climate change before it’s too late.

It makes sense from the security perspective. We understand that. But when you are talking about investment. There has been a lot of money, private sector investment. That’s really been funneled into fuel and gas sector to fragging. That’s money. That’s not going to renewable sources.

Well, again, what we are seeing in the American economy is an exciting and historic transition with respect to our energy sector. We’ve seen solar resources up 20%, wind up 3 by three times since the President’s been in office. You’ve seen dramatic reduction in the cost of those resources of energy as well. So the projector in terms of how we can move to a clean energy economy and increase investment in that economy is clear. But at the same time this does have to be a transition the President has been clear about that. I think this is part of a larger debate though between those who either deny climate change existence or accept it but say that America isn’t up to the task. The President fundamentally disagrees. He is going to be laying out that case for why we have to make this transition more quickly and how it can be good for the American economy.

Some people also pointing out that, you know, some of the permits and applications in the process if you’ll award offshore drilling Royal Dutch Shell specifically happened before the President was in office. This is a long time incoming. Is this the last we’re gonna see? If we’re in transition, the focus is trying to move us all fad, what will the barrier be for more of those permits to happen, for more offshore drilling to be allowed in Alaska? Is this it? Are we gonna shut that door?

--- speculate the future. What you have seen with respect to this --- which was led by the Prior Administration is this administration consistently focus on high and strong safety standards that has a time to lay activities and it also constrains them substantially as well. But our focus has been on safety, and I also know this is the President that have protected more land and water than any other Presidents before him. 260m hectares that includes large expenses in Alaska, including Chrystal Bay region and also areas in Chuck ---. So the President is gonna continue to carry forward with this approach, and he’s gonna keep making the case for why we need to act collectively both as a country and a global community.
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Look, I think the president has been very clear: he is going to lead the country and the world to make a transition to zero-carbon renewable energy. We need to do that for the sake of our planet, and we can do that consistent with a strong growing economy. But at the same time, that’s a transition that’s not going to happen over night, and we are going to be relying on oil and gas as part of that transition. And so as long as we are transitioning, he thinks we should be relying on American sources of energy, both because they provide energy security benefits, but also because we can impose the highest demo stringent safety standards in the world. So he thinks it’s a consistent position and we watch here from the present today it’s strong clearing call to act to address climate change before it's too late.  

And it makes sense from the security perspective. We understand that. But when you are talking about investment, there’s been a lot of money -- private sector investment that’s really been funneled into the oil and gas sector to fracking(?).  That's money that's not going to bring renewable sources.

Well, again, the…what we are seeing in the American economy is an exciting and historic transition with respect to our energy sector. We’ve seen solar resources are up 20%, wind up 3 by three times since the president’s been in office. And you’ve seen dramatic reductions in the cost of those sources of energy as well. So the trajectory in terms of how we can move to a clean energy economy and increased investment in that economy is clear. But at the same time, this does have to be a transition, and the president has been clear about that. I think this is part of a larger debate though between those who either deny climate change existence or accept it but say that America just doesn’t…isn't up to the task. The president fundamentally disagrees and he is going to be laying out the case for why we have to make this transition more quickly and how it can be good for the American economy.

So people also point out that, you know, some of the premiers and applications in the process, if you will, to award the offshore drilling, Royal Dutch Shell specifically happened before the president was in office. This is a long time incoming. Is this the last we are gonna see of it? If we are in transition and focus is trying to move us off that. What will the barrier be for more those permits to happen, for more offshore drilling to be allowed in Alaska? Is this it and are we going to shut that door?

Well, they gotta want to speculate about the future. What you have seen with respect to this lease which was led by the prior administration is this administration can consistently focus on high and strong safety standard that has a time’s delayed activities and it can also constrain them substantially as well. But our focus has been on safety, and we also know that this is the president that has protected more land and water than any other presidents before him, 269 million acres, and that includes larger expanses in Alaska including the Bristol Bay region and also areas in Chukchi Sea. And so the President is gonna continue forward with this approach and he is going to keep making the case for why we need to act collectively both as a country and a global community.
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Look, I think the president has been very clear: he is going to lead the country and the world to make a transition to zero-carbon renewable energy. We need to do that for the sake of our planet, and we can do that consistent with a strong growing economy. But at the same time, that’s a transition that’s not going to happen over night, and we are going to be relying on oil and gas as part of that transition. And so as long as we are transitioning, he thinks we should be relying on American sources of energy, both because they provide energy security benefits, but also because we can impose the highest demo stringent safety standards in the world. So he thinks it’s a consistent position and we watch here from the present today it’s strong clearing call to act to address climate change before it's too late.  

And it makes sense from the security perspective. We understand that. But when you are talking about investment, there’s been a lot of money -- private sector investment that’s really been funneled into the oil and gas sector to fracking(?).  That's money that's not going to bring renewable sources.

Well, again, the…what we are seeing in the American economy is an exciting and historic transition with respect to our energy sector. We’ve seen solar resources are up 20%, wind up 3 by three times since the president’s been in office. And you’ve seen dramatic reductions in the cost of those sources of energy as well. So the trajectory in terms of how we can move to a clean energy economy and increased investment in that economy is clear. But at the same time, this does have to be a transition, and the president has been clear about that. I think this is part of a larger debate though between those who either deny climate change existence or accept it but say that America just doesn’t…isn't up to the task. The president fundamentally disagrees and he is going to be laying out the case for why we have to make this transition more quickly and how it can be good for the American economy.

So people also point out that, you know, some of the premiers and applications in the process, if you will, to award the offshore drilling, Royal Dutch Shell specifically happened before the president was in office. This is a long time incoming. Is this the last we are gonna see of it? If we are in transition and focus is trying to move us off that. What will the barrier be for more those permits to happen, for more offshore drilling to be allowed in Alaska? Is this it and are we going to shut that door?

Well, they gotta want to speculate about the future. What you have seen with respect to this lease which was led by the prior administration is this administration can consistently focus on high and strong safety standard that has a time’s delayed activities and it can also constrain them substantially as well. But our focus has been on safety, and we also know that this is the president that has protected more land and water than any other presidents before him, 269 million acres, and that includes larger expanses in Alaska including the Bristol Bay region and also areas in Chukchi Sea. And so the President is gonna continue forward with this approach and he is going to keep making the case for why we need to act collectively both as a country and a glob
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Look, I think the president has been very clear: he is going to lead the country and the world to make a transition to zero-carbon renewable energy. We need to do that for the sake of our planet, and we can do that consistent with a strong growing economy. But at the same time, that’s a transition that’s not going to happen over night, and we are going to be relying on oil and gas as part of that transition. And so as long as we are transitioning, he thinks we should be relying on American sources of energy, both because they provide energy security benefits, but also because we can impose the highest demo stringent safety standards in the world. So he thinks it’s a consistent position and we watch here from the present today it’s strong clearing call to act to address climate change before it's too late.  

And it makes sense from the security perspective. We understand that. But when you are talking about investment, there’s been a lot of money -- private sector investment that’s really been funneled into the oil and gas sector to fracking(?).  That's money that's not going to bring renewable sources.

Well, again, the…what we are seeing in the American economy is an exciting and historic transition with respect to our energy sector. We’ve seen solar resources are up 20%, wind up 3 by three times since the president’s been in office. And you’ve seen dramatic reductions in the cost of those sources of energy as well. So the trajectory in terms of how we can move to a clean energy economy and increased investment in that economy is clear. But at the same time, this does have to be a transition, and the president has been clear about that. I think this is part of a larger debate though between those who either deny climate change existence or accept it but say that America just doesn’t…isn't up to the task. The president fundamentally disagrees and he is going to be laying out the case for why we have to make this transition more quickly and how it can be good for the American economy.

So people also point out that, you know, some of the premiers and applications in the process, if you will, to award the offshore drilling, Royal Dutch Shell specifically happened before the president was in office. This is a long time incoming. Is this the last we are gonna see of it? If we are in transition and focus is trying to move us off that. What will the barrier be for more those permits to happen, for more offshore drilling to be allowed in Alaska? Is this it and are we going to shut that door?

Well, they gotta want to speculate about the future. What you have seen with respect to this lease which was led by the prior administration is this administration can consistently focus on high and strong safety standard that has a time’s delayed activities and it can also constrain them substantially as well. But our focus has been on safety, and we also know that this is the president that has protected more land and water than any other presidents before him, 269 million acres, and that includes larger expanses in Alaska including the Bristol Bay region and also areas in Chukchi Sea. And so the President is gonna continue forward with this approach and he is going to keep making the case for why we need to act collectively both as a country and a global community.
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Look, I think the president has been very clear: he is going to lead the country and the world to make a transition to zero-carbon renewable energy. We need to do that for the sake of our planet, and we can do that consistent with a strong growing economy. But at the same time, that’s a transition that’s not going to happen over night, and we are going to be relying on oil and gas as part of that transition. And so as long as we are transitioning, he thinks we should be relying on American sources of energy, both because they provide energy security benefits, but also because we can impose the highest demo stringent safety standards in the world. So he thinks it’s a consistent position and we watch here from the present today it’s strong clearing call to act to address climate change before it's too late.  

And it makes sense from the security perspective. We understand that. But when you are talking about investment, there’s been a lot of money -- private sector investment that’s really been funneled into the oil and gas sector to fracking(?).  That's money that's not going to bring renewable sources.

Well, again, the…what we are seeing in the American economy is an exciting and historic transition with respect to our energy sector. We’ve seen solar resources are up 20%, wind up 3 by three times since the president’s been in office. And you’ve seen dramatic reductions in the cost of those sources of energy as well. So the trajectory in terms of how we can move to a clean energy economy and increased investment in that economy is clear. But at the same time, this does have to be a transition, and the president has been clear about that. I think this is part of a larger debate though between those who either deny climate change existence or accept it but say that America just doesn’t…isn't up to the task. The president fundamentally disagrees and he is going to be laying out the case for why we have to make this transition more quickly and how it can be good for the American economy.

So people also point out that, you know, some of the premiers and applications in the process, if you will, to award the offshore drilling, Royal Dutch Shell specifically happened before the president was in office. This is a long time incoming. Is this the last we are gonna see of it? If we are in transition and focus is trying to move us off that. What will the barrier be for more those permits to happen, for more offshore drilling to be allowed in Alaska? Is this it and are we going to shut that door?

Well, they gotta want to speculate about the future. What you have seen with respect to this lease which was led by the prior administration is this administration can consistently focus on high and strong safety standard that has a time’s delayed activities and it can also constrain them substantially as well. But our focus has been on safety, and we also know that this is the president that has protected more land and water than any other presidents before him, 269 million acres, and that includes larger expanses in Alaska including the Bristol Bay region and also areas in Chukchi Sea. And so the President is gonna continue forward with this approach and he is going to keep making the case for why we need to act collectively both as a country and a global community.
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Look, I think the president has been very clear: he is going to lead the country and the world to make a transition to zero-carbon renewable energy. We need to do that for the sake of our planet, and we can do that consistent with a strong growing economy. But at the same time, that’s a transition that’s not going to happen over night, and we are going to be relying on oil and gas as part of that transition. And so as long as we are transitioning, he thinks we should be relying on American sources of energy, both because they provide energy security benefits, but also because we can impose the highest demo stringent safety standards in the world. So he thinks it’s a consistent position and we watch here from the present today it’s strong clearing call to act to address climate change before it's too late.  

And it makes sense from the security perspective. We understand that. But when you are talking about investment, there’s been a lot of money -- private sector investment that’s really been funneled into the oil and gas sector to fracking(?).  That's money that's not going to bring renewable sources.

Well, again, the…what we are seeing in the American economy is an exciting and historic transition with respect to our energy sector. We’ve seen solar resources are up 20%, wind up 3 by three times since the president’s been in office. And you’ve seen dramatic reductions in the cost of those sources of energy as well. So the trajectory in terms of how we can move to a clean energy economy and increased investment in that economy is clear. But at the same time, this does have to be a transition, and the president has been clear about that. I think this is part of a larger debate though between those who either deny climate change existence or accept it but say that America just doesn’t…isn't up to the task. The president fundamentally disagrees and he is going to be laying out the case for why we have to make this transition more quickly and how it can be good for the American economy.

So people also point out that, you know, some of the premiers and applications in the process, if you will, to award the offshore drilling, Royal Dutch Shell specifically happened before the president was in office. This is a long time incoming. Is this the last we are gonna see of it? If we are in transition and focus is trying to move us off that. What will the barrier be for more those permits to happen, for more offshore drilling to be allowed in Alaska? Is this it and are we going to shut that door?

Well, they gotta want to speculate about the future. What you have seen with respect to this lease which was led by the prior administration is this administration can consistently focus on high and strong safety standard that has a time’s delayed activities and it can also constrain them substantially as well. But our focus has been on safety, and we also know that this is the president that has protected more land and water than any other presidents before him, 269 million acres, and that includes larger expanses in Alaska including the Bristol Bay region and also areas in Chukchi Sea. And so the President is gonna continue forward with this approach and he is going to keep making the case for why we need to act collectively both as a country and a global communit

[Homework]2015-09-06&09-08 美国总统奥巴马宣布“清洁能源计划”

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