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NRDC's Beinecke previews Senate climate debate, Copenhagen talks

With both the Senate and U.S. EPA moving one step closer to regulating greenhouse gas emissions this week, all eyes are on the United States ahead of next month's Copenhagen meeting. During today's OnPoint, Frances Beinecke, president of the Natural Resources Defense Council and author of the new book "Clean Energy Common Sense: An American Call to Action on Global Climate Change," discusses the long-term prospects for the Senate's climate bill. She gives her take on whether EPA will move to make a final endangerment finding before Copenhagen. Beinecke also discusses the challenges to educating Americans about climate change.

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