Climate Change and the Supreme Court
This week the Supreme Court heard arguments in its first case to ever deal with global warming. Guests discuss how the court's ruling may affect what Americans drive in the future.
Michael Robinson-Dorn, Assistant Professor of Law; Director, Berman Environmental Law Clinic, University of Washington School of Law, Seattle, Washington
Carol Browner, Former Head, Environmental Protection Agency (1993-2001); Principal, The Albright Group, Washington, DC
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