Today, Jerry Brown issued an executive order to drastically cut greenhouse gas emissions over the next 15 years. What will it mean for the state’s businesses and residents? Then, we meet L.A.’s “green czar,” the man in charge of sustainability for the City of Los Angeles. Next, in our regular car segment, the dramatic story of how the head of Volkswagen was forced out of his own company. And finally, the filmmaker behind the new film Misery Loves Comedy.
California Emissions Cuts, L.A.'s Green Czar, and 'Misery Loves Comedy'
From this Episode:
Jerry Brown Orders Greenhouse Gas Emissions Cuts
Today, Governor Jerry Brown issued an executive order to drastically cut greenhouse gas emissions over the next 15 years. By 2030, the governor says, emissions must be 40%...
10 min, 38 sec
L.A.'s Green Czar
Matt Peterson is LA’s first chief sustainability officer, a.k.a. the “green czar.” What does that mean, and what does he plan to do? We meet the man in charge of guiding...
9 min, 52 sec
Today in Cars: Americans Snapping Up Gas Guzzlers
The longtime head of Volkswagen was forced into retirement this week, and the boardroom machinations behind the ouster could have been lifted straight out of an episode of...
11 min, 55 sec