David Doniger

Natural Resources Defense Council

Guest

Director of the Climate and Clean Air Program, at the Natural Resources Defense Council; former staffer and negotiator of the Kyoto Protocol at the Environmental Protection Agency during the Clinton Administration (1992-2000)

David Doniger on KCRW

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International deal on climate-warming HFCs

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To get around Congress, President Obama will use executive power granted by the US Supreme Court  to limit carbon emissions  from power plants nationwide.

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In Copenhagen today, President Obama met with other national leaders, then  scolded convention delegates  for their apparent failure to reach agreement on climate change.

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