Katie Couric on Primary Questions asked ten leading presidential candidates whether or not global warming is a real and immediate threat.
What do the presidential democratic candidates have to say about Nuclear Energy? Find out in the below clips from the 2008 democratic debate. John Edwards: Hillary Clinton: Barack Obama:
Which presidential candidate has the best plan for our global warming and climate change problem? The answers are in with the Climate Cup 2008 tournament. Check out these videos that seed the hopefuls, and weigh the issues in this eco-friendly winner-take-all tournament. Climate Cup 2008: Republicans Climate Cup 2008: Democrats
Vice President Al Gore has recently completed renovations to his Nashville, Tennessee home in response to the criticism of his high electric bills. All improvements were focused on making his home more energy efficient. Since the renovation, Gore’s natural gas usage is down 93 percent and his electricity is down 11 percent during a period… Read More »
Many countries around the world have already signed the Kyoto Protocol Agreement, but the US has rejected the agreement. Why? Is it because the agreement isn’t effective? In this episode of The Massachusetts School of Law’s Educational Forum, Professor Diane Sullivan interviews Dr. Paul R. Epstein of the Harvard Medical School, Nancy Cole of the… Read More »
Presidential Candidate Rudy Giuliani answers a question from Bruce Clendenning on July 10, 2007, in Manchester, New Hampshire about how fuel efficiency standards, renewable energy, and emissions caps will be used to fight global warming.
Where does your presidential candidate stand on international treaties to cut greenhouse gas emissions like the Kyoto Protocol Agreement? Strongly Supports = Bill Richardson, Dennis Kucinich, Hillary Clinton, Joe Biden, Mike Gravel Supports = Christopher Dodd, John Edwards Neutral = Barack Obama Opposes = Duncan Hunter, Fred Thompson, John McCain, Mike Huckabee, Mitt Romney, Rudy… Read More »
California’s Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger and President George W. Bush are butting heads over who has the right to regulate vehicle emissions that contribute to global warming. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) administrator Stephen L. Johnson announced Wednesday, December 19th that because President Bush had signed an energy bill raising average fuel economy that there was no… Read More »
Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger talks about why it’s important that the United States act on global warming and why the states have had to do so in the absence of leadership by the federal government on NBC’s Meet The Press.
Congressmen Dennis Kucinich strongly supports the idea that human pollution is a significant cause of global warming. “Do you have to be a scientist to know there is something quite unusual going on with our environment? Do you have to be a member of congress to understand? All over the world, people have seen the… Read More »