Episode

11/26 Osha Gray Davidson: Can Germany’s Energy Success Happen in America?

November 26, 2012

Journalist Osha Gray Davidson explained the rapid growth of renewable energy in Germany, the roots of the German sustainability movement,why there is more market stability in renewable energy and what the United States can do to follow the German lead.

On The Half: The deficit is shrinking fast, reporter Thomas Ricks destroys Fox on Fox, the rich are paying even less in taxes, Egypt’s President Morsi grabs dictatorial powers and the war on men has been launched and Sam gives us some Random Rush.

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