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As opposition continues from historical and environmental groups, as well as by the Kennedy family and other residents of Cape Cod, Massachusetts, there is a question of whether the plug will be pulled on the Cape Wind Project. Clean Skies News talks with Interior Secretary Ken Salazar.
One lesson from Copenhagen? Jonathan Pershing and other top negotiators tell Clean Skies News, a few countries can't be allowed to derail the entire treaty process. And will Cape Wind ever blow, or will environmentalists pull the plug? Clean Skies News talks with Interior Secretary Ken Salazar. Also, Clean Skies News takes the Chevy Volt out for a spin.
Utility company Pepco is teaming up with the Chevy Volt to test the effects of charging stations on Washington DC's electric grid. Clean Skies News talks to specialists and takes the new electric vehicle out for a spin.
Interior Secretary Ken Salazar says the first step in considering crude oil and gas exploration on the Atlantic Outer Continental Shelf will begin tomorrow. Clean Skies News takes you to the Platts Energy Podium where Salazar said the department will initiate a public comment period on the environmental impact of seismic studies.
The DC Auto Show is being billed this year as the "Policy Auto Show." Short on glitz and product, but big on the green policy of the current administration. Clean Skies News' Lee Patrick Sullivan has more.
Clean Skies News reports that Sen. John Kerry and climate leaders are on the defensive after a NY Times article casts doubts about any climate bill that includes cap and trade.
Clean Skies News' Tyler Suiters is on Capitol Hill as Senators including John Kerry and Lindsey Graham handle the backlash from a New York Times article that claims cap and trade may be completely dropped from any climate bill.
Clean Skies News brings you to Thursday's Senate Environment Subcommittee, where Interior Secretary Ken Salazar stressed the importance of developing "onshore" renewables like solar in the U.S.
Clean Skies News' Lee Patrick Sullivan reports from the D.C. Auto Show's Advanced Technology Superhighway, showcasing many different types of green car innovations.
Susan McGinnis anchors this morning's Clean Skies News Energy Report from Washington, DC. On this morning's program:
- President Obama backs nuclear loan guarantees and blue ribbon panel - Pennsylvania state legislators want more regulation in drilling for the Marcellus shale. - The world's economists talk climate change at the annual Davos summit in Switzerland. - China has new national energy commission - Osama Bin Laden blames the U.S. and industrial countries for global warming - Survey: half of operators at power plants and critical infrastructure has been cyber-attacked
- Iceland is greenest nation; U.S. falls to 61
Following Wednesday's State of the Union address by President Obama, Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar discussed the administration's climate priorities at a House Environment subcommittee hearing. He talks to Clean Skies News about future plans for the outer continental shelf, as well as goals for the solar industry.
Dr. Amanda Staudt, Climate scientist for the National Wildlife Federation, has linked inconsistent weather to global warming in her new report, "Oddball Winter Weather: Global Warming's Wake-Up Call for the Northern Unites States." Dr. Staudt joins Clean Skies News to discuss why and how warmer winters, heavier snowstorm events, and erratic temperatures are linked to global warming and how we can fight it.