The fight for clean power

Solar panels used by the city of Hutchinson.
Solar panels used by the city of Hutchinson to power the waste water treatment plants is built on an old landfill, March 29, 2016. The solar energy provides on average 12 percent of the power needed to run the plant.
Elizabeth Dunbar | MPR News

A hearing was held on the EPA's Clean Power Plan last month at the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit. Mike Edgerly spoke with the director of Harvard Law School's Environmental Law Program, Jody Freeman, about what happened at the hearing, and what that means for the plan and future climate regulation.

To hear the entire conversation, select the audio link above.

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