Hear From Vijay Vaitheeswaran

  • By Susan K. Lewis
  • Posted 01.20.09
  • NOVA

Hear audio highlights from NOVA's 2008 interview with Vijay Vaitheeswaran, the Global Environment and Energy Correspondent for The Economist. The seasoned journalist talks bluntly about California's controversial energy policies, the pitfalls of nuclear power, whether wind and solar are the answer, and more.

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Journalist Vijay Vaitheswaran talks about picking winners and losers in the energy game, horse manure, and more.


Original interview conducted on March 14, 2008 by Larry Klein, producer of "The Big Energy Gamble"


(Vijay Vaitheeswaran)
© WGBH Educational Foundation

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