7:00 PM Wed on KOPN Farm & Fiddle - EPA Clean Power Plan & Solar Updates
Listen tonight at 7:00 PM to Farm & Fiddle on KOPN to Margot McMillan and Rhett Hartman and their guests discuss the burning topics of the day. Their guests this evening will be the Sierra Club's Gretchen Waddelll Barwick and Carolyn Amparan, reporting on the EPA Clean Power Plan meeting in Kansas City today, February 21, 2018. This is one of only four EPA public meetings around the U.S. where concerned citizens are having an opportunity to make public comments on the need for power plants to reduce their emissions. Then Mollie Freebairn from Show Me Solar will give an update on the state of solar power in Missouri. For more information:
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