Democratic presidential hopeful Clinton talks about her environmental plan during a visit to the DART Central Station in Des Moines

Clinton vows to boost U.S. clean energy use in response to climate change

Democratic presidential hopeful Clinton talks about her environmental plan during a visit to the DART Central Station in Des MoinesBy Alana Wise DES MOINES, Iowa (Reuters) – U.S. presidential candidate Hillary Clinton on Monday described climate change as “one of most urgent threats of our time” and vowed to meet the challenge with a plan to generate enough clean energy to power every U.S. home by 2027. The Democratic front-runner compared fighting climate change to the race to put an American on the moon by the end of the 1960s. “The next decade will be as decisive for climate change as the decade for getting to the moon was for space exploration,” Clinton said at a campaign stop in Iowa, which will hold the first presidential nominating contest in February.

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