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America's Agenda (Environment) #917395

NBC Evening News for Saturday, Jan 10, 2009
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(Studio: Amy Robach) Report introduced.

(Washington: Anne Thompson) The issue of clean energy made in America that would reduce carbon dioxide emissions {greenhouse gases} examined; details given about the cost of transitoning away from oil, gas and coal and the uncertainties for power plants. [President-elect Barack OBAMA - says America must develop new forms of energy.] [Sierra Club director Debbie SEASE†- says fixing the economy can fix the environment.] [Power company advisor attorney Gordon ALFONSO‡- says give us time to control emissions.] [U.N. Foundation director Tim WIRTH - says the US is the global cavalry.]

Robach, Amy;
Thompson, Anne

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