Terry Tamminen

Climate Policy Director, New America Foundation

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Terry Tamminen on KCRW

California has some of the nation's worst pollution, but residents aren't as concerned as they used to be. They're also less concerned about global warming.

Californians Less Concerned about Air Quality, Global Warming

California has some of the nation's worst pollution, but residents aren't as concerned as they used to be. They're also less concerned about global warming.

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From the covers of  Newsweek  and  Outside  to a heavily covered
 speech  today in Washington,
Governor Schwarzenegger is pushing a new kind of environmentalism.    At Georgetown
…

Going Green without Guilt

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