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American Agenda (Environment: Energy Conservation) (Part I) #139626

ABC Evening News for Tuesday, Feb 18, 1992
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(Studio: Peter Jennings) The issue of trying to limit carbon dioxide emissions to reduce the threat of global warming introduced.

(San Francisco: Ned Potter) The quest for energy efficiency as the solution to California's energy and air pollution problems examined. [Pacific Gas and Electric head Richard CLARK, Southern California Edison head John BRYSON - promote energy savings.] PG&E's pilot project of free energy efficiency improvements to residents in Brentwood, California, cited as an example. [PG&E John FOX - comments.] Accomplishments of Edison's technology center in cleaning the air outlined. [Fender Guitar Jeff SCHUCH - praises Edison's help.] [BRYSON - says we are acting early on global warming problem.] Resistance of White House and business while the two California energy companies have shown the profitability of energy efficiency noted.

Reporter(s):
Jennings, Peter;
Potter, Ned
Duration:
00:04:30

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