Elliott Gue of the Energy Strategist and the Energy Letter is live on the Energy Report to talk current oil inventory report and upcoming natural gas inventory report. More on how Rajendra Pachauri sees a new faction emerging in terms of international climate talks.
Lee Patrick Sullivan reports from the North American International Auto Show in Detroit where hybrids and electric vehicles are taking center stage. White House Chief Climate Advisor Carol Browner holds a video chat on "clean energy economy". And Dee Bhambhani will have a discussion on the potential human rights impact of climate change.
U.S. Chamber of Commerce President, Tom Donohue, gives the state the American business address today. He'll talk about rebuilding the nation's energy and water infrastructure and investment in clean energy technologies, such as nuclear. Day 2 at the Detroit Auto show where it's all about the electric vehicle. And the National Wildlife Federation preview the politics and prospects for energy in 2010.
U.S. Deputy Climate Envoy Jonathan Pershing talks about what when on behind the scenes at the meetings in Copenhagen and what is next in the international treaty process. Interior Secretary Ken Salazar holds a meeting on the Cape Wind project and its permit process. And check out the latest in electric vehicles from the Detroit Auto Show.
Clean Skies' Susan McGinnis reports from the Investors Summit on a Low Carbon Economy taking place at the U.N headquarters in New York City. It will be the first time U.S. Climate Envoy Todd Stern will speak since the Copenhagen Summit. And EPA Administrator Lisa Jackson speaks on climate sector accomplishments and what lies ahead for the Obama Administration.
Virginia's new governor vows to make the state the energy capitol of the East Coast. Industry experts talk energy efficiency at NARUC's "Conserve Energy Efficiency" events at National Press Club. And the IPCC takes a look at data used to report the melting rate of the Himalayan glaciers.
ExxonMobil CEO, Rex Tillerson, is testifying before a House energy subcommittee on the Exxon XTO merger and the process of natural gas hydrofracking. UNFCCC Executive Secretary, Yvo de Boer, talks about what's up next and cooperation with the Mexican president following the accord in Copenhagen. And Shelley Vinyard from Environment Michigan is live to discuss a report on the future of electric vehicles, batteries and charging stations.
Energy Secretary Steven Chu will be present at a Senate ENR Committee hearing to discuss greenhouse gas emissions goals. Governor Shawn Parnell will hold Alaska's State of the State address and is expected to present guidelines for Alaskan oil drilling and its environmental impacts. Newly appointed Executive Director of the Sierra Club Michael Brune will join us from San Francisco to discuss his plans for the organization. And more from a debate happening today in West Virginia on mountaintop removal and other environmental issues facing the state.
Deputy Special Envoy for Climate Change, Jonathan Pershing talks about the future of climate negotiations. Interior Secretary Ken Salazar could be under pressure in terms of offshore drilling with oil prices up from a year ago, he speaks at a Platts forum. We'll bring you the latest. Duke Energy gets into the solar business. Pepco starts up its first electric car charging station. And Clean Skies' Lee Patrick Sullivan test drives the all electric Chevy Volt.
Major General Paul Eaton talks about his panel discussion on Securing America through New Clean Energy Sources; Center for American Progress' Joe Romm talks about the mounting pressure on the UN's Climate Panel when it comes to its research practices. And it is press preview day at the Washington Auto Show.
Key Senators may be changing their goals for climate change legislation. A deeper look as the UN Climate Panel stands behind its claim that climate change is making natural disasters worse. And the Washington Auto Show kicks off leaner and greener.
National Wildlife Federation's Dr. Amanda Staudt discusses the agency's new study linking odd winter weather with climate change. Dept. of Energy announces members of the blue ribbon panel to come up with alternatives to Yucca Mountain to deposit nuclear waste. And Clean Skies speaks with the CEO of Chevy at the Washington Auto Show.