Tuesday, July 27, 2010

Patt Morrison for Wednesday, July 29, 2010

PATT MORRISON SCHEDULE

Wednesday, July 28, 2010

1-3 p.m.

 

CALL-IN @ 866-893-5722, 866-893-KPCC; OR JOIN THE CONVERSATION ONLINE ON THE PATT MORRISON BLOG AT KPCC-DOT-ORG

 

 

1:06 – 1:30

The death of cap-and-trade: Why there is almost no hope for a comprehensive climate bill

Americans watched this spring as the public option died a slow death during debates over a comprehensive health care overhaul. Now it seems environmentalists may be forced to watch as cap and trade is axed from the climate bill. Last week, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid introduced an energy package lacking greenhouse gas emission limits claiming he couldn’t get enough votes to bring forth a more aggressive bill. With the Democratic House majority at stake and a likely loss of at least a few Senate seats to the Republicans, environmentalists are afraid that greenhouse gas limits may never see the light of day in the form of law. So what does this mean for the future of the climate and energy bill?

 

Guests:

Robert N. Stavins , Albert Pratt Professor of Business & Government at the Harvard Kennedy School and Director of the Harvard Environmental Economics Program
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Philip Sharp, President of Resources for the Future

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1:30 - 1:58:30

What can the little guys do? California mayors struggle to create & save jobs

The stimulus funds may have created some wiggle room but what will happen once the national well runs dry? In San Francisco a federal stimulus program, Jobs Now that got 3,600 San Franciscans parents back to work is about to run out – meanwhile, Riverside, CA is still listed as one of the top ten riskiest cities for homeowners despite programs like the Home Affordable Modification Program. Its been said that as California goes, so goes the nation but our state is made up of many vastly different cities and each city seems to have it’s own unique way of handling the day-to-day struggle to create and save jobs on the local level – we check in with some of the heads of state of this state’s cities and see how they are wrestling with the recovery.

 

Guests:

Ronald Loveridge, Mayor of Riverside

CALL HIM: 951-826-5810   CALL EARLY TO BE TRANSFERRED

Back up contact – Kristin Tillquist 951-826-5810

 ktillquist@riversideca.gov

For the web : http://www.riversideca.gov/mayor/

 

Gavin Newsom, Mayor of San Francisco

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Antonio Villaraigosa, Mayor of Los Angeles

 

 

2:06 – 2:58:30

OPEN

 

 

 

Jonathan Serviss

Producer, Patt Morrison Program

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