Tuesday on The Diane Rehm Show
The Obama administration proposes strong action on climate change: new limits on carbon dioxide emissions. We discuss details of the new rules and implications for global greenhouse gas levels, coal-fired power plants and the price of electricity.
The Environmental Outlook: Sustainable Seafood
There’s a very good chance that the fish you order at a restaurant or serve at home was not caught in U.S. waters. About 90 percent of the seafood we consume is imported and much of this is produced on seafood farms. Seafood pens in the ocean and sometimes on land are thought to be the key to developing a sustainable source of seafood, but they raise serious environmental challenges as well. For this month’s Environmental Outlook: new efforts to meet the growing world demand for sustainable seafood.
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