What Obama Would Do on Climate in a Second Term
Former energy czar: “We will see a sector-by-sector approach to reducing greenhouse gas emissions.”
Carol Browner, President Obama’s former “energy czar,” was at the Democratic convention last week acting as a surrogate for the Obama campaign. She served as EPA administrator during the Clinton administration, and is now a senior fellow at the Center for American Progress. Browner chatted with Grist about Obama’s first-term track record, prospects for climate action over the next two years, and what we should be doing about fracking.
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