Green News Report: November 16, 2010 (Audio)

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IN TODAY'S RADIO REPORT: The so-called "Climategate" scandal, one year later; Cholera epidemic spreading in Haiti; Jan.-Sept. 2010 still hottest ever; Oil spill response plans for Arctic drilling "thoroughly inadequate"; Looking ahead to the lame duck session, and a Republican majority in Congress; PLUS: Here comes the son...Rand Paul on which throats are worth stomping... All that and more in today's Green News Report!

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IN 'GREEN NEWS EXTRA' (see links below): Even some reusable bags carry environmental risk; U.N. climate talks seek limited deal as costs soar; Was a Houston energy trader a one-woman Enron?; Bye bye Bluefin tuna: Study reveals decade of mismanagement, overfishing; Fast food wrappers and popcorn bags leach fire-fighting chemical into food; Aging gas, hazmat pipelines threaten communities; Russia's Gazprom to drill off Cuba's coast; Nestle prompts MI move to put water under state protection ...PLUS: 9 things you can learn shadowing a home-energy inspector ...

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