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Energy Policy

ELI's Dernbach makes recommendations for U.S. sustainability efforts

As Congress debates climate and energy policy, what steps should be taken to improve efforts for sustainable development? During today's OnPoint, John Dernbach, a professor at Widener University School of Law and the editor of the Environmental Law Institute's new book "Agenda for a Sustainable America," makes recommendations for how local, state and federal governments can craft policy to improve sustainability and curb energy use. He explains why he believes the business community is far from a consensus on the meaning of corporate social responsibility and discusses opportunities for growth.

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