Your Money: Obama on 20 key issues
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Obama supports a carbon "cap-and-trade" system where companies either pay to pollute or invest in cleaner technology.
Work to reduce carbon emissions 80% below 1990 levels by 2050.
$150 billion in renewable energy
over the next 10 years.
of offshore drilling.
Require that 10% of nation's energy comes from renewable sources by 2013.
Aim to reduce nation's demand for electricity 15% by 2020.
"To bring about real change, we're going to have to make long-term investments in clean energy and energy efficiency." --
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*June 18, 2008, Speech, Springfield, Mo.
**April 25, 2008, Speech, Indianapolis, Ind.
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