U.S. Policy on Greenhouse Gas Emmissions
Alden Meyer talked about the decision made during the week by the Environmental Protection Agency to postpone regulating greenhouse gas… read more
Alden Meyer talked about the decision made during the week by the Environmental Protection Agency to postpone regulating greenhouse gas emissions. The EPA announced a 120-day period of public comment on the threat posed by global warming would precede any regulation. Mr. Meyer, who had just returned from the G-8 Summit in Japan, also discussed decisions made by world leaders on global warming. He responded to telephone calls and electronic mail.
After the guest left, more telephone calls were heard over live footage from the Kimmel Center for Performing Arts in Philadelphia while waiting for the start of the Centennial Meeting of The National Governors Association. close
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