MP3: Seattle Mayor Mike McGinn Talks Climate and Carbon

14.06.2013

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Seattle Mayor Mike McGinn Talks Climate and Carbon MP3

Like any major city near a coast, Seattle likely won't be immune from rising sea levels and other effects of global warming. Mayor Mike McGinn discusses the city's plans for addressing climate change, including his push to divest Seattle's pension funds from fossil fuel investments, and the city council's plan to make Seattle carbon neutral by 2050.» E-Mail This     » Add to Del.icio.us Source: npr.org

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