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Environment: Climate Crisis / Whitman Interview #1138696

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Jun 25, 2019
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) What Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue said today about a global climate crisis noted. [On CNN Sunday, Vice President Mike PENCE says we are making progress on carbon emissions through technology.] Earlier interview held with former EPA administrator Christie Todd Whitman about this government & climate. [WHITMAN@- offers views on how scientists are prevented from acting about climate change at all--that science has decided on the issue with anything having to do with former President Obama's administration now gone, what many past presidents have done for the environment, how environmental issues will be part of the agenda in 2020.]
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