CCL Appeared On NPR's 1A

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On September 26, CCL's Dr. Danny Richter appeared on the NPR show 1A to discuss carbon pricing and the Energy Innovation Act.  Danny specifically speaks at 6:32 and 10:49 in the program. The show also features Bob Perciasepe, President of The Center for Climate and Energy Solutions; Monica de Bolle, Senior Fellow, Peterson Institute for International Economics; Director of Latin American Studies, Johns Hopkins University; and Mary Nichols, Chairwoman of the California Air Resources Board.
 
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On September 26, CCL's Dr. Danny Richter appeared on the NPR show 1A to discuss carbon pricing and the Energy Innovation Act.  Danny specifically speaks at 6:32 and 10:49 in the program. The show also features Bob Perciasepe, President of The Center for Climate and Energy Solutions; Monica de Bolle, Senior Fellow, Peterson Institute for International Economics; Director of Latin American Studies, Johns Hopkins University; and Mary Nichols, Chairwoman of the California Air Resources Board.

Listen to the show here: https://the1a.org/shows/2019-09-26/no-plan-b-putting-a-price-tag-on-carbon This is great exposure for CCL and for the Energy Innovation Act, so please share this link with your chapters and on your own social media accounts.

You can also like, share, and add supportive comments on these social media posts from the show and CCL: Thanks in advance for sharing this interview and participating on social media!
Posted by Flannery Winchester on Sep 26, 2019 11:36 AM America/Los_Angeles

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Great program.  Definitely worth listening to and sharing!
  • Posted Thu 03 Oct 2019 04:05 PM PDT
Do you know why this particular episode was not available as a podcast?
  • Posted Mon 30 Sep 2019 01:56 PM PDT
In my area (northern Ohio), 1A was preempted on NPR by a live broadcast of the Congressional whistleblower hearing. Was that not true elsewhere?

John
  • Posted Fri 27 Sep 2019 03:53 AM PDT
This was true for some stations, but other volunteers did hear it broadcast. I expect it will also be released as a podcast, which will be additional exposure.
  • Posted Fri 27 Sep 2019 09:58 AM PDT
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