Jeffrey Sachs, director of the Earth Institute at Columbia University, talks about what got accomplished at the Copenhagen climate change summit...and what didn’t. Also, NPR’s Carl Kassel on his farewell tour; more uncommon economic resolutions.
Over the weekend Senate Democrats reached an agreement on health care reform. Paul Starr former senior adviser for President Clinton's proposed health care reform plan, discusses what's in and what's out.
Your Uncommon Economic Indicators launched one year ago. This month we’re looking for your uncommon economic resolutions. Erin Barnes, one of three co-founders of IOBY, follows up on the launch of her micro-philanthropy project and talks about resolving to volunteer.
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