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CBS News in Focus (Global Warming: Cool Solutions: Samso Island) Part III #860949

CBS Evening News for Thursday, Mar 08, 2007
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(Studio: Katie Couric) Britain’s plan to make global warming a priority at the U.N. Security Council next month noted.

(Samso Island, Denmark: Mark Phillips) The goal of Denmark’s Samso Island to become energy self-sufficient featured; scenes shown from the island and the offshore wind turbines; details given about how power is provided without fossil fuels or greenhouse gas emissions. [Farmer Erik ANDERSEN†- says the island is a renewable energy island.] [Samso Energy Authority Jens Peter NIELSEN†- comments on the straw-burning plants that provide heat.]

(Studio: Katie Couric) The decision by residents of Martha’s Vineyard, Massachusetts, to use the Samso plan as a model for their energy program reported.

Couric, Katie;
Phillips, Mark

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