Looking for signals from the conference
- Richard Core | Dec 17, 2009 5:10 PM
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On today’s Marketplace, Laurent Corbier, chair of the International Chamber of Commerce and VP of sustainable development at energy firm Areva, talked with Kai Ryssdal about how businesses are looking for direction from the conference, which will bolster investment in clean technologies. Likewise, Ann Condon, director and counsel for General Electric’s environmental, health and safety programs, told Steve Chiotakis on the Marketplace Morning Report that GE wants to know where climate policy is going so it can develop products to meet future demands.
On the political front, John Dimsdale reported on how the conference’s difficulty at reaching an agreement is playing in Washington.
Marketplace reporters Sam Eaton and Stephen Beard are in Copenhagen, covering the United Nations Climate Change Conference. Angela Kim and Ben Adair at the Marketplace Sustainability Desk and Online Editor Richard Core are also posting updates and links to other coverage.
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