TreeHugger Radio: The Supreme Court Rules on CO2, MIT Takes on Biodiesel, and a Little Canary Goes Green



This week on TreeHugger Radio, the Supreme Court ruled that the EPA must now take responsibility for carbon dioxide under the Clean Air Act. We spoke with Joseph Romm, author of Hell and High Water and the editor of ClimateProgress.org, about this landmark ruling. The Ecomagination/MTVu contest has come to a close with MIT as the winner. Team member Matt Zedler explains how the group plans to turn cafeteria grease into clean fuel for campus vehicles. Also, we talk to the World Wildlife Fund about a new report on the world’s most imperiled rivers, and one of Spain’s Canary Islands decides to go energy independent. Listen to TreeHugger Radio each week on Air America’s EcoTalk, here on TreeHugger.com, or pick up the podcast on iTunes. (listen/right click to download) ::TreeHugger Radio

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