Food And The Environment

GUESTS: David Beckmann President, Bread for the World Former World Bank Economist Carol Werner Director of Energy and Climate Program, Environmental and Energy Studies Institute, Washington, DC Fred Smith President and Founder Competitive Enterprise Institute, Washington, DC Next month the international conference on climate change takes place in Kyoto,Japan. The main conference agenda, global climate change, has polarized developing and developed countries: those who want stricter pollution control, and those who fear the limits will stifle the ability to raise the standard of living. Join Ray Suarez and guests for a look at the hard choices nations face between environmental quality and economic growth.

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