Campaign people to address climate change in SC

CHARLESTON, S.C. (AP) -- The climate change bus has reached Charleston.

The "I Will Act on Climate" campaign has organized a 27-state bus tour to get people involved in working for new standards and laws to address climate change. The bus stops on Tuesday on Charleston's Battery.

Representatives from the Southern Alliance for Clean Energy and the South Carolina Business Chamber of Commerce discuss the need to address climate change.

The bus is traveling to local communities to highlight the need for local and federal action to address climate change.