Clean energy future: Kammen and Wolfram talk it out on NPR

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UC Berkeley professors, Dan Kammen (ERG) and Catherine Wolfram (Haas), talk about the future of energy on NPR.

“There is a broad scientific consensus that to keep global warming in check, we need to phase out 80 percent of all oil, coal and natural gas by midcentury. President Obama has set a nonbinding target to do precisely that. There are technologists who say this national goal is well within reach, but there are also economists who are quite pessimistic about those prospects. And you can find this range of opinion on the University of California, Berkeley campus…”

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