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Topic - Frank O'Donnell
Former Vice President Al Gore's criticism of President Obama on climate change and the administration's failure to install solar panels as promised on the roof of the White House are shining a light on growing disillusionment with the president among environmental activists.
"At this point, it still has the appearance of being more of a trickle than a flood," said Frank O'Donnell, president of the environmental group Clean Air Watch. "I don't see the hard evidence"
Other high-profile rules and initiatives are being rolled out more slowly, if at all, he added.