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Environment: Global Warming / Cap & Trade / Gore Interview #952059

CBS Evening News for Monday, Nov 02, 2009
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(Studio: Katie Couric) The battle in the Senate over cap & trade legislation to limit greenhouse gas emissions & allowing companies to buy credits noted.

(Studio: Katie Couric) Earlier interview held with former Vice President "Our Choice" author Al Gore; "Newsweek" cover of Gore shown; Bush White House adviser Karl Rove quoted. Pew Research Center poll figures on the public view of the warming of the earth cited. [GORE - calls Rove's an automatic response to any effort to stop dumping pollution; comments on the time to shift to American-made renewable energy; reacts to the Pew poll & a financed campaign by polluters to sow doubt; criticizes short-term thinking & communicating messages.]

Couric, Katie

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