This week on NPR Specials:
In 2006, California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger launched California's attack on climate change by signing a pioneering law to reduce carbon pollution across the state’s economy. More recently, California’s energy utility announced plans to close the state's last remaining nuclear power plant. But will such a move reduce or increase carbon pollution?
On Climate One, Saturday February 4th, at 19:00, with an encore on Monday February 6th, at 8:00, we explore the future of oil and nuclear power through the lens of California’s fight against climate disruption.
Climate One: The Future of Oil and Nuclear Power will air Saturday, February 4th at 19:00 and Monday, February 6th at 8:00.