Announcing Digg Dialogg: Earth Day Edition with President Bill Clinton

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    Digg Dialogg with
    President Bill Clinton

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    President Bill Clinton
    With Earth Day fast approaching, we’re excited and honored to announce our latest Digg Dialogg guest: President Bill Clinton. This will be a special Earth Day Edition, where President Clinton will answer your questions on the environment, Earth Day and how people can “Take Initiative” to address climate change. But don’t delay – you only have 24 hours to ask your environmental questions; he’ll address the top ones in this exclusive interview airing on Earth Day, April 22nd.

    Submit your environmental questions to President Bill Clinton >

    President Clinton has long been involved in addressing global environmental challenges. During his administration he worked against climate change, strengthened the Safe Drinking Water Act, adopted the toughest standards ever on soot and smog, and accelerated the cleanup of the nation’s worst toxic waste sites. And this month the Clinton Foundation launched its “Take Initiative” Earth Day campaign, featuring an online Climate Quiz where you can test your knowledge of climate change and have $2 donated in your name toward 20,000 solar flashlights for displaced people in Haiti.

    This timely and topical Digg Dialogg is the latest effort to start an informed discussion about climate change and the environment, so submit and Digg your Earth Day questions now!


    The Digg Team
    About the Clinton Foundation’s
    “Take Initiative”
    Earth Day campaign

    The William J. Clinton Foundation addresses global problems, including climate change and sustainable growth and development, through the Foundation’s Clinton Climate Initiative, the Clinton-Hunter Development Initiative, and through the Clinton Global Initiative. They focus on increasing efficiency in cities, catalyzing the large-scale supply of clean energy, and working to stop deforestation. You can learn more about the Clinton Foundation’s “Take Initiative” Earth Day campaign by visiting
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