Georgetown Climate's Zyla discusses market-based options to cut transportation emissions

Last week, the Georgetown Climate Center released a report analyzing the impacts of federal and state policies on emissions reductions in the transportation sector. The report was released in conjunction with an announcement by five Northeast states plus the District of Columbia saying they would work together to develop a regional market-based policy to cut emissions from transportation. During today's OnPoint, Kathryn Zyla, deputy director of the Georgetown Climate Center, discusses the potential that exists in the Northeast to go beyond what current federal and state policies will achieve.