Climate Change:

Princeton professor lays out broad strategy on greenhouse emissions

As the debate heats up over climate change and greenhouse gas emissions, experts from around the world met recently to discuss "Clean Energy for Development" at the World Bank's 2006 Energy Week. During today's E&ETV Event Coverage, Princeton University Professor Robert Socolow presents an innovative approach to reducing greenhouse gas emissions at the World Bank conference. Professor Socolow explains a broad blueprint to deal with global warming, his "wedge technology" theory and why he is so optimistic about the potential for carbon sequestration.