Dec 31 2008

The Impact of W – Part 3 – War on the Planet

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jim motavalliAs we approach the end of 8 years of George W Bush, we present today the last part of our three part series examining the impact of this president, leaving office with one of the worst approval ratings in history. On Monday we focused on the war abroad and the war at home. Yesterday we looked at Bush’s war on women, minorities, and the poor. Today, we examine the impact of W on the planet.

GUEST: Jim Motavalli, blogger for the New York Times, Mother Nature Network, Daily Green, and Yalee360 and a Senior Writer for E/The Environmental Magazine

Global warming: many international summits either boycotted or undermined, scientific evidence consistently questioned, refusal to move forward on real development of renewable and safe sources of energy. How much damage in eight years? The time scale to try to reverse global warming was set back by 8 years – is it too much?

Weakening of the EPA

Weakening of the ESA.

last minute acts slipped in.

How much of this can be undone?

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