DeSmogCAST 3: Historic US-China Climate Deal, Pipeline News and Scientists Standing Up to Harper

Brendan DeMelle DeSmog
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Series: DeSmogCAST

This week’s episode of DeSmogCAST covers the two major developments from Washington, D.C. this week — the historic climate deal between the United States and China and the upcoming GOP majority leaders’ plans to attack the EPA’s carbon emission standards — along with new developments in the Kinder Morgan and Keystone XL tar sands export pipelines and the coalition of Canadian scientists standing up to Harper’s attacks on science.

Hosted by DeSmogBlog contributor Farron Cousins, the DeSmogCAST guests this week are Carol Linnitt, Brendan DeMelle and Steve Horn. 

For more information on these stories, visit the DeSmog articles listed above, and for additional coverage of these issues, check out:

Kevin Grandia – U.S.-China Climate Pact Leaves Prime Minister Harper With Few Excuses Left Not to Act

Chris Rose – Kinder Morgan Oversells Benefits of Trans Mountain Pipeline, Underplays Costs, Says New Report

and much more at DeSmogBlog, DeSmog Canada and DeSmog UK.

Brendan DeMelle DeSmog
Brendan is Executive Director of DeSmog. He is also a freelance writer and researcher specializing in media, politics, climate change and energy. His work has appeared in Vanity Fair, The Huffington Post, Grist, The Washington Times and other outlets.

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