This week, the Obama administration announced new regulations mandating a 30% cut in carbon emissions from fossil fuel power plants. President Obama’s climate change agenda is intended to spur other countries to action when negotiations on a new international treaty begin next year. In today’s EcoReport feature, we examine various perspectives on the Obama Administration regulation of coal emissions. First, WFHB Assistant News Director Joe Crawford speaks with Bruce Stevens, president of the Indiana Coal Council, about the proposed rules and their impact on Indiana. Then, WFHB News Director Alycin Bektesh speaks with Jesse Kharbanda from the Hoosier Environmental Council as they react to the the President’s announcement.
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