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Debating America’s Energy Future

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This ForaTV presentation features a debate on American’s energy future between John Podesta, Robert Woolsey, Christine Todd Whitman, and Karen Herbert at the University of Virginia. The debate took place last month, and was sponsored by the Miller Center for Public Affairs.

This clip highlights a discussion between Podesta and Herbert over the future of nuclear energy and carbon pricing. The full program is available in easily digestible clips, or you can watch the entire program from the link at the bottom of the running video. Whether in one fell swoop or in chunks, it is worth watching.

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