We speak to Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe (D) as he prepares to leave office after four years at the helm.
World leaders are gathered in Paris to discuss the future of our changing planet. Concerns over how to respond to our planet’s warming touch on nearly every facet of life- in countries with developed and developing economies. Yet many worry the internal politics of individual countries, including the United States, could stall global progress. We consider the practical, ideological and informational progress that has been made- and remains- on climate change.
- Christine Todd Whitman President, The Whitman Strategy Group; co-chair, Clean and Safe Energy Coalition; Administrator, Environmental Protection Agency (2001-2003); Governor, State of New Jersey (1994-2001); Author, "It’s My Party Too"
- Chris Mooney Reporter on energy and the environment, The Washington Post.
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