The 300-350 Show: fixing the US

| 30th September 2009
If the Waxman-Markey climate bill goes unchanged through the Senate, it could make an adequate and fair global deal on climate change impossible

The bill would allow new coal-fired power plants to be built up until 2020. It would also strip the Environmental Protection Agency of their existing authority to regulate coal-fired power plants under the Clean Air Act.

What options does the US have if it wants to take a leadership role at the UN climate talks in Copenhagen? Our guest is Daphne Wysham, presenter of Earthbeat Radio and founder and director of the Sustainable Energy & Economy Network.

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