In the latest PBS NewsHour episode, co-anchor and journalist, Judy Woodruff examines the recent U.N. report on climate change, which warns of the urgent need for global action in the next five to 15 years, if countries want to ward off the worst impacts of rising emissions. But these scenarios come with real costs, and have faced political opposition as well as reluctance from the American public.
Here, she discusses the issues in-depth with Robert Stavins of the Harvard Kennedy School of Government and Maura Cowley of the Energy Action Coalition.
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