Reducing Greenhouse Gases/Speech Gene

Guests: Mark Levine Director, Environmental Energy Technologies Division Lawrence Berkeley National Labratory Berkeley, California Steven Pinker Author How the Mind Works, (Norton) The Language Instinct, (Harper Collins) Professor of Psychology Director of the Center for Cognitive Neuroscience Massachusetts Institute of Technology Cambridge, Massachusetts Roy McAlister President American Hydrogen Association Mesa, Arizona If the Kyoto climate treaty is approved, the US will have to reduce its greenhouse gas emissions below 1990 levels by about 2010. In this hour, we'll talk about how energy efficient strategies adopted by utilities, industry, and individuals could help us reach this goal. Plus, the discovery of the first gene linked to speech and language.



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