California Signs West Coast Climate Pact

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On Monday, Governor Jerry Brown signed a regional pact with Oregon, Washington state, and British Columbia to fight global warming. The pact, which is non-binding, aims to put a price on carbon dioxide emissions, encourages use of alternative fuels, and calls for building a bullet train from Canada to California. We discuss the agreement.


Craig Miller, KQED Science Editor

Dan Jacobson, legislative director for Environment California, a statewide, citizen-based environmental advocacy organization

Jerry Brown, governor of California