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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.
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.
Enetergy New Orleans on the costs of a clean energy economy; Iceland's CarbFix project.