Joseph Romm

former Energy Department official

Guest

Senior Fellow at the Center for American Progress, where he oversees their ClimateProgress blog; former official in the Energy Department (1995-1998); author of Hell and High Water: Global Warming: The Solution and the Politics

Joseph Romm on KCRW

On at least one issue, President Obama has reversed the Bush Administration by 180 degrees, a move that could be crucial for California.

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The Bush Administration took heat for downplaying the dangers of climate change.

New Energy Secretary Issues Dire Warning on Global Warming

The Bush Administration took heat for downplaying the dangers of climate change.

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Responding to rising gasoline prices,  President Bush  and candidate  John McCain  are calling on Congress to end the moratorium on drilling for oil off-shore.

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Responding to rising gasoline prices, President Bush and candidate John McCain are calling on Congress to end the moratorium on drilling for oil off-shore.

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