California's role as an environmental leader in improving air quality, which includes a plan to put more than a million zero-emission and plug-in hybrid vehicles on the roads by 2025, is about to be upended by the Environmental Protection Agency. The Trump administration is expected to announce this week that it will revoke the state's right to set stricter air pollution standards for cars and light trucks. We'll discuss the move and how California will respond.
EPA Expected to Revoke California Emissions Waiver
Kevin Stark, reporter, KQED Science
Dan Kammen, professor of energy and director of the Renewable and Appropriate Energy Laboratory, UC Berkeley
Richard Revesz, professor and dean emeritus, NYU School of Law; director, Institute for Policy Integrity