The Green Week in Review
is a podcast, hosted by SustainableBusiness.com News Editor Bart King.
It's posted every Friday morning and is about 15 minutes long. You can
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In this week's show...
President Obama addressed Congress this week to push his legislative agenda, beginning with clean energy and a carbon cap-and-trade bill.
On Tuesday U.S. courts rejected two weak regulatory efforts put forth by the Bush-era EPA.
The EPA and the transportation Department are working together to devise a single policy for regulating vehicle emissions
Interior Secretary Ken Salazar is scrapping the Bush's midnight
regulations designed to rush oil shale development; however, he intends
to replace it with a plan of his own.
Irrigation water will be unavailable to farmers in California's main agricultural region this year, meaning 1 million acres will be left idle as drought conditions worsen.
A NASA satellite designed to monitor carbon dioxide levels on earth crashed into the ocean shortly after launch.
Plus, as always, a quick review of top cleantech stories from the week.
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