Historical Marker for Tennis Great Tilden Rejected Again - U.S. News & World Report - U.S. News & World Report *Historical Marker for Tennis Great Tilden Rejected Again* *U.S. News & World Report* A year ago, a panel of the Pennsylvania His...
Wednesday, September 30, 2009
Posted by Commonwealth at 2:41 PM
Last week, California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger spoke to Climate One at The Commonwealth Club. The occasion was the third anniversary of the signing of AB32, California's historic climate law.
The governor covered a great deal of ground in his discussions about green public policy in his speech and in his Q&A with Climate One director Greg Dalton. True, his comments about making sure his children didn't waste hot water in the shower got a lot of attention -- but even that served to illustrate his views that environmental policy touches all parts of our lives. Might not make his kids happy, but that's for him to worry about.
Watch the video to see it all.