White House uses Obama Acadia hike to push climate change action

Boston.com Staff Eric Levenson reported on how Obama is using his summer trip to Acadia to comment on addressing the need for climate change:

What better way to emphasize the beauty of the natural environment than a hike in Acadia National Park?

That was the thought of the White House Instagram account on Sunday, which posted a photo of the Obama family’s trip to Acadia in July 2010 to emphasize the president’s plea for climate change action.

The photo shows the president, his wife Michelle, and kids Sasha and Malia hiking up Cadillac Mountain during a short vacation. #climatechange

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