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We’re just a few days out from the election -- and how could we talk about anything else? Climate is finally beginning to play the kind of role that we have waited so long for.
In this pre-election episode, we’ll recap where things stand: and how energy and climate are playing into late-stage messaging of Biden and Trump.
Plus, what are some of the crucial down-ballot races we’re watching election night?
And last: Five years have passed since the largest terrestrial natural gas disaster in U.S. history. A methane well in the Los Angeles hills broke open and shot a plume of methane into the air for four months.
What’s changed since the Aliso Canyon leak? And how did it accelerate distributed resources in the state?
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