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Where America Stands (Green Energy) #960603

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Mar 09, 2010
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(Studio: Katie Couric) Report introduced.

(Beijing: Celia Hatton) China's emerging green sector that is leaving the US behind featured; environmental report card for both countries cited; details given about China's interest in renewable energy like wind, solar, eco-products & wind turbines; scenes shown from Baoding, China, now becoming an eco-hub in the nation's economy. [Pipestone, Minnesota, resident Elmer STOLTENBERG†- says the wind is blowing....] [January 27, President OBAMA - calls for a lead in a clean energy economy.] [Brookings Inst. fellow Kenneth LIEBERTHAL†- says the question is whether the US will be producing them {energy sources} or buying elsewhere.] How the US could catch up to China via joint ventures & government policies building on technology, efficiency & ingenuity noted. [SeeSmart CEO Ken AMES††- says government grants need to be available to our businesses.]

Reporter(s):
Couric, Katie;
Hatton, Celia
Duration:
00:05:10

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