Sall on Solar Power Sources Threatening Wildlife

Sept. 20 (Bloomberg) -- April Sall, director of the Wildlands Conservancy in Oak Glen, California, talks about obstacles to developing rooftop solar power as an alternative to the construction of industrial-scale solar plants in the Mojave Desert. Some grassroots conservationist groups have objected to a $2.2 billion desert solar installation which, despite having the potential to generate electricity for 140,000 homes without emitting greenhouse gases, could threaten tortoises and other species. (Source: Bloomberg)
House to Pass Short-Term Homeland Security Funding: Hurd
21:32 - Feb. 27 -- U.S. Representative William Hurd, a Texas Republican, talks about plans for the House to pass a short-term resolution bill to fund the Department of Homeland Security and President Barack Obama’s immigration policy. Hurd speaks with Betty Liu on Bloomberg Television's "In the Loop."
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