California Governor Eyes Emissions Standards In a speech Tuesday, California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger announced his plans to expand greenhouse-gas-emissions standards for the state. He urged California to invest in what he called "a green economy." What would his changes mean for the state and the nation?
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California Governor Eyes Emissions Standards

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California Governor Eyes Emissions Standards

California Governor Eyes Emissions Standards

California Governor Eyes Emissions Standards

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California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger announced expanded greenhouse gas emissions standards for the state in a speech Tuesday. Alexander Farrell, assistant professor in the Energy and Resources Group at the University of California at Berkeley, talks with Luke Burbank about what those standards might mean for the state and the nation.