Environmentalists are applauding the state Assembly for including more than $32 million for addressing climate change in the one-house budget. The funding would go to land and flood management, transitioning to renewable energy, and more. But getting the Assembly's support is just part of the battle. Mark Dunlea of the Green Education and Legal Fund joins us to discuss.
Environmental Efforts in the Budget
By Capital Tonight Staff | March 18, 2016 @9:41 PM