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Change in leadership at the conference in Copenhagen. Clean Skies News reports as more heads of state arrive for the final 3 days of negotiations. Also, a closer look at Better Place, the company that is building vehicle battery charging stations. And what one group says are major setbacks in the growth of nuclear power.
Clean Skies News takes a look at the highs and lows in energy news and legislation during 2009, and ahead at what 2010 could bring.
The Sierra Club's new Executive Director, Michael Brune, joins Clean Skies News to talk about the future of the organization.
Clean Skies News breaks down President Barack Obama's 2011 budget. Clean Skies News hears from Energy Sec. Steven Chu on how the budget will affect the energy community, and EPA Administrator Lisa Jackson discusses what budget holds for her agency. Also, the U.S. Climate Action Network talks about what the Copenhagen Accord means for U.S. Senate negotiations and international climate negotiations.
Clean Skies News takes a look at a new White House report that trumpets cap and trade as a low-cost solution to climate change. EPA Administrator Lisa Jackson and other DOE officials will be speaking a next week's NARUC winter meeting. And we'll analyze the weekly oil and gas inventory report out today with Michael Roberts of Prenova.
Clean Skies News is at a conference today as Secretary Ken Salazar meets with Governors of Atlantic coastal states to talk offshore wind. Meanwhile, Secretary of Energy Steven Chu visits a wind turbine manufacturer in Colorado. And we will interview Dr. Robert Do of Solena Group, who is working to develop Europes first sustainable jet fuel plant.
EPA Administrator Lisa Jackson reacts to coal state Democrats who are calling for EPA to delay regulations on greenhouse gases. Senator John Kerry gives an update on the climate bill and talks to Clean Skies News about the importance of the nuclear component. And Energy Secretary Steven Chu discusses oil price volatility on his trip to Saudi Arabia.
Stay tuned for all the news from climate talks in Copenhagen on day 4. Interviews include: Phillipe Joubert, Micheal Zammit Cutajar, George Soros and Ken Salazar.
Day 9 in Copenhagen. Todd Stern confirms the U.S. will not sign the Kyoto Protocol. Closer look at a carbon neutral island in Denmark.World shale development, an issue that could be a game changer at the climate talks.And the Senate holds a hearing on nuclear development.
President Obama leaves for Copenhagen as his secretary of state makes a pledge to poorer nations. Also, a closer look at Iceland meeting its Kyoto Protocol targets. And Republicans discuss the chances in Copenhagen and prospects for a Senate climate bill.
Obama speaks on the final day of negotiations in Copenhagen; and a Johns Hopkins professor discusses the role of the China-U.S. relationship.
Analysis of Copenhagen with Jonathan Lash, President WRI, and Chris Flavin of the Worldwatch Institute give analysis of the agreement among leading countries in Copenhagen. OPEC leaders decide to keep projection quotas steady.