Former Hewlett-Packard CEO Carly Fiorina visited Keene, NH where she met with the editorial board of the Sentinel before holding a town hall event at Keene State College.

Fiorina told the local newspaper that the U.S., with clean energy resources and technology should become the “global energy powerhouse of the 21st century.” Fiorina suggested the U.S. should pursue all forms of energy.

When asked about climate change at the Keene State event, Fiorina said she cares greatly about the environment, but urged voters to “read the science all the way through.”

“Scientists say that a 30-year global effort to combat climate change would cost trillions of dollars and only make a small difference,” Fiorina said.