On this last episode, we look back on 23 years of joyous, difficult and always informative conversation.
Climate change will wreak havoc on the world unless governments take drastic steps within the next decade, a new United Nations report warns.
At a hearing on a proposed new energy bill this week, D.C. environmentalists weighed in on the District’s plan to fight global warming. Legislation, supported by a majority of the Council, aims to halve carbon emissions in D.C. by 2032. Does it go far enough? Does it go too far?
- Jacob Fenston Environment Reporter, WAMU 88.5; @JacobFenston
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