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Miranda Schreurs: Interview in National Public Radio

News from Aug 06, 2015

On August 4th 2015, Prof. Dr. Miranda Schreurs discussed the German "Energiewende" and Obama's coal politics in the National Public Radio. The discussion was hosted by John Donvan. Other guests included David Unger (Christian Science Monitor), Alison Cassady (Center for American Progress) and Oren Cass (Manhattan Institute).

Please click here to listen to the interview.


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