Changing Face Of America: Urban Environmentalism

Guests: John Kitzhaber M.D. Governor of Oregon Mike Houck Urban Naturalist, Portland Audobon Society John Charles Environmental Policy Director, Cascade Policy Institute (Libertarian Group) Oregon was the first state to pass a bottle bill, and Portland was the first city to ban styrofoam. Now the city and state are leading a new movement— urban environmentalism. That may sound like an oxymoron, but to many in the City of Roses it's the reason Portland is such a livable city. As part of our Changing Face of America series, join Juan Williams and guests in Portland to examine that city's success in making the environment an integral part of urban life.

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