Susan Casey-Lefkowitz

Natural Resources Defense Council

Guest

Director of the International Program for the Natural Resources Defense Council

Susan Casey-Lefkowitz on KCRW

Hillary Clinton's State Department is faced with a decision that has both political parties fighting among themselves over jobs, greenhouse gases, drinking water and energy security.

Keystone Pipeline Dividing America in More Ways than One

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For Democrats, it's environmentalists versus organized labor; for Republicans, the oil industry versus Midwestern farmers and ranchers.

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For Democrats, it's environmentalists versus organized labor; for Republicans, the oil industry versus Midwestern farmers and ranchers.

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