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Suv's, Global Warming, and the Bush Energy Plan: A Debate

August 02, 2001
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Guests:

  • Greg Dana, Vice President of Environmental Affairs for the Alliance of Automobile Manufacturers (whichrepresents 13 vehicle manufacturers, including DaimlerChrysler, General Motors, BMW, Ford, and others, who accountfor over 90% of sales in the U.S.).
  • Kate Simmons, conservation organizer for the Sierra Club, and on the Global Warming and Energy Team.
  • Keith Bradsher, Detroit Bureau Chief for the New York Times.

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