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Greg Dalton moderates a discussion about the Canadian tar sands and Keystone XL pipeline. Canadian diplomat Cassie Doyel say it’s better for America to get its energy from Canada than unfriendly nations. Author Sam Avery warns that there’s enough carbon in the tar sands “to send Earth’s climate into an irreversible tailspin.” Dan Miller, Managing Director of the Roda Group, looks at the long term saying “as a price on carbon kicks in, and it starts to build over time, the tar sands will be the first things that will be knocked off the list.” Greg Croft, Lecturer at St. Mary’s College of California, points out that “the carbon problem is global and we haven't solved any problems on a global basis.”
Source: Tar Sands & Crude Oil - Pipelines & Paradigms (Full Program)
Music includes Jimmy Cliff - We Don't Want Another Vietnam in Afghanistan, Matisyahu - One Day, Michael Franti & Spearhead - Bomb The World, Tracy Chapman - Talkin Bout A Revolution, David Rovics - After The Revolution, Michael Jackson - They Don't Care About Us, Capitol Steps - Everything's Coming Up Roguey, David Rovics - The Draft Is Coming, Lenny Kravitz - We Want Peace, George Carlin - Heaven Hell Purgatory Limbo, Gerry Rafferty - Baker Street, Matrix Soundtrack - Clubbed to Death [Kurayamino Mix]
climate one: Pipeline Paradign
Tar Sands & Crude Oil - Pipelines & Paradigms (Full Program)