Wilderness Society's Meadows focuses on enviro movement's direction after election
With the White House and Congress in Republican hands, environmental groups haven't been scoring many victories in Washington lately. And many see the public as more concerned with high energy prices -- and finding new energy sources -- than with conservation. How can environmentalists have an effect on air, water, habitat and climate change policy and debate? What does the future hold for the movement? Bill Meadows, president of the Wilderness Society, joins OnPoint to talk about the current strategy for environmentalism and where it's headed in the future.