US vs. China: A Climate Showdown

Tuesday, September 22, 2009

Today, at a one-day U.N. summit, President Obama will talk face-to-face with Chinese President Hu Jintao. The two aim to get beyond roiling trade disputes to attempt an agreement on global warming legislation. What factors are separating these two at the table? Here to tell us is David Biello, energy and environmental editor at Scientific American.

Guests:

David Biello

Contributors:

Molly Webster

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