"The carbon [issue] is the big enchilada for us right now. We're going to make sure that the president pays attention to this," Mr. Saks said.
"We're confident that he's going to tackle it. He's had a very good start," said Josh Saks, legislative director for the National Wildlife Federation's advocacy center, citing the administration's drive to improve auto fuel standards and other steps taken in the name of fighting climate change in his first term.
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