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What Are The Chances That President-elect Barack Obama Will Make The White House Green?

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Watch this video in which Heather Zichal, a member of the Obama-Biden Transition’s Energy and Environment Policy Team, responds to questions submitted to http://www.change.gov on topics ranging from increasing the number of hybrid cars on the road to making the White House green.

Do you have questions related to Obama’s promise of a green economy that you would like to ask the President-elect? Let us know what they are…let’s make this a collaborative effort.

Written by Reenita Malhotra

Reenita Malhotra Hora is an Ayurveda clinician, entrepreneur, writer and mom. Her experience has ranged from running Ayoma, an Ayurveda business to running a natural health practice at San Francisco's California Pacific Medical Center.

Reenita is a published author of two books books about health and wellness: ‘Ayurveda - the Natural Medicine of India’ and
‘Inner Beauty’. She is also the Editor for Green Options Media's business blogs and a freelance writer for a variety of print and web publications.

In quieter moments, she likes to spend her time hiking, swimming the warm seas, cooking with the family or writing fantasy fiction adventure stories for kids from from 2 to 92.

Check out her wisdom at www.reenita.com

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  1. The environmental problems are complex, and the solutions need to work in a synergistic fashion. It’s refreshing to see this administration maintain an open dialogue on how we’re going to address the topic of climate change.

    For the first time it feels as though someone in government is not just listening, but actually soliciting input from the general population.

  2. What are the chances? 100%.

    I sleuthed all the McCain (50 -since 1993) and Obama (24 – since 2005) voting records for another online site and found that Obama had a near perfect voting record, almost exactly aligned with Barbara Boxer, on environmental renewable energy votes.Despite all our scares over that “clean coal” talk…

    Plus we now have effectively a 60 vote working Senate, which when we only had 51 votes, was not able to withstand the 93 filibusters of energy votes.

    There are 60 renewable energy voters because 4 others voted reliably for renewables too – 2 Republicans: Snowe and Collins, and 2 Independants: Lieberman and Sanders – all 4 of these have always voted with the Democrats.

    So we are now there. So I am 100% sure that this will be the greenest administration since the 70’s.

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