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In Depth (Global Warming) #850890

NBC Evening News for Saturday, Feb 03, 2007
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(Studio: John Seigenthaler) The conclusion by a group of scientists that global warming is happening & is manmade noted.

(Washington & Fairfax, Virginia: Tom Costello) The approach of the Timberland shoe company to becoming carbon neutral by 2010 featured; details given of what the company is doing; examples cited of how much carbon each American is responsible for each year. [January 27, at the World Economic Forum, British Prime Minister Tony BLAIR - talks about reducing carbon dependence.] [January 30, Senator Barbara BOXER†- talks solutions.] [Timberland CEO Jeff SWARTZ†, company environmental manager Betsy BLAISDELL†- talk about the company & the environmental issues.] [Clean Air-Cool Planet Roger STEPHENSON†- says we ask people to calculate their carbon footprint.] [Natural Resources Defense Council Dan LASHOF†- says global warming is a serious problem.]

Seigenthaler, John;
Costello, Tom

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