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Todd Neeley DTN Staff Reporter
Mon Aug 26, 2013 01:56 PM CDT

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency released a series of public service announcement videos focused on a number of ways the agency says consumers can take action to combat climate change.

According to an EPA news release Monday the videos cover a range of topics including climate change causes and effects, "actions Americans can take to reduce their impact and the benefits to the economy of addressing climate change.

"The new video series supports the president's climate action plan by encouraging American families to reduce the amount of energy they consume, cutting down on their utility bills and protecting people's health," ...

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