Campaign 2008 and the Environment
This event was funded by the Environmental Law Institute, National Geographic, and BNA and held at the National Press Club.
Environmental policy advisers from all three presidential campaigns talked about their candidates' positions on energy and environmental policy. All… read more
Environmental policy advisers from all three presidential campaigns talked about their candidates' positions on energy and environmental policy. All three stressed how important energy and environmental policy would be in the next decade, discussed their candidate’s background on the issue, and described their candidate’s plans to address it once in the White House. Margie Kriz and Susan Feeney served as moderators.
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Susan Feeney Senior Editor National Public Radio->All Things Considered
Jason S. Grumet Chair Obama Presidential Campaign->Environment and Energy Policy Committee
Margaret Kriz Correspondent National Journal->Energy and Enivronment
Martin Smith Producer PBS->Frontline
Todd D. Stern Policy Adviser Clinton (Hillary) Presidential Campaign
James Woolsey Adviser McCain Presidential Campaign->Energy Security
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