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Rallies Encourage U.S. to Cut Carbon Emissions

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Rallies Encourage U.S. to Cut Carbon Emissions

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Rallies Encourage U.S. to Cut Carbon Emissions

Rallies Encourage U.S. to Cut Carbon Emissions

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On Saturday, April 14, environmental groups around the country are taking part in a 'National Day of Climate Action. The series of rallies and educational efforts is aimed at spurring Congressional action on the topic of climate change.

Guests:

Bill McKibben, author of Deep Economy: The Wealth of Communities and the Durable Future and The End of Nature; founder of Step It Up 2007

Chris Goodall, chair of Dynmark International; author of How to Live a Low-Carbon Life: The Individual's Guide to Stopping Climate Change

Govindasamy Bala, climate scientist, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory