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02/27/2009 08:00 AM     print story email story      

Podcast: Green Week in Review - February 27, 2009

The Green Week in Review is a podcast, hosted by News Editor Bart King. It's posted every Friday morning and is about 15 minutes long. You can listen to it through your browser or download it to a portable MP3 player. Sign up for our General News RSS Feed and it will be automatically downloaded to your computer's media player each week.

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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