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Chris Clayton DTN Ag Policy Editor
Sun Jun 23, 2013 09:56 AM CDT

In a speech Tuesday, President Obama will lay out a series of executive actions his administration is planning or initiating to combat climate change.

The speech at Georgetown University comes on the heels of comments the president gave last week in Berlin. It also comes just two weeks after Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack spoke at the National Press Club about climate change and laid out some of the work at USDA to deal with the challenges.

The president released a video on Saturday that touched on the subject. He called climate change "a serious challenge – but it’s one uniquely suited to ...

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