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The Clean Power Plan is a policy aimed at combating anthropogenic climate change that was first proposed by the Environmental Protection Agency in June 2014, under the administration of US President Barack Obama. The final version of the plan was unveiled by President Obama on August 3, 2015.

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Stanford professor Mark Z. Jacobson proposes powering the world with wind, water, and solar (WWS) pictured above in place of fossil fuel plants (coal, oil, and natural gas).

The Clean Power Plan is a policy aimed at combating anthropogenic climate change (global warming) that was first proposed by the Environmental Protection Agency in June 2014, under the administration of US President Barack Obama. The final version of the plan was unveiled by President Obama on August 3, 2015.

The final version of the Clean Power Plan is the first to set a national limit on carbon dioxide pollution produced from power plants. The plan would lower the carbon dioxide emitted by power generators.

The Clean Power Plan is designed to strengthen the trend of clean energy by setting standards for power plants and goals for states to cut their carbon dioxide pollution.