Schwarzenegger Pushes Green Agenda

California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger says everyone can participation in conservation, and he is doing his part.

Schwarzenegger said he has modified his Hummer and even cut the length of time his kids can spend in the shower to five minutes. But in the end, it will be technology that makes the real difference, he says.

Schwarzenegger has put global warming front and center for his administration, including signing a pact that aims to reduce his state's emissions by 25 percent by the year 2020.

Schwarzenegger talks to Madeleine Brand about his pact that aims to reduce his state's emissions by 25 percent by the year 2020.

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