Clean Air Task Force's Schneider suggests road map for president on emissions, air regulations

In a recent open letter to President Obama, the Clean Air Task Force highlighted a series of climate policy recommendations that could help the United States achieve its 2020 emissions reduction goals without the need for congressional intervention. During today's OnPoint, Conrad Schneider, advocacy director at the Clean Air Task Force, discusses the letter and explains what he believes should be done in the transportation sector, on innovation and in the exploration of natural gas to further the United States' climate goals.