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President Obama will use his time in the drought-stricken state of California to announce a $1 billion “Climate Resilience Fund” to provide assistance to local communities to prepare for global warming.
The climate fund will be included in the president’s 2015 budget request. The $1 billion in spending would go to research into preparing for the impacts of global warming, helping communities prepare for such impacts and funding climate-resilient technology and infrastructure.
Obama also pledged millions of dollars to help Californian’s cope with the drought that has plagued more than 90 percent of the state. The president also directed federal facilities in the state to cut water usage.