While Congress takes its time to consider critically important
legislation on climate change and energy issues, communities around the
U.S. are trying to fill the leadership gap.

This show highlights two
inspiring examples of what's being done to fill the void and be part of
the solution.

Our first guest, Garrit Voggesser, is the senior manager
at The National Wildlife Federation's Tribal Lands Conservation program.
He'll discuss a new report just out on the tremendous opportunities for
Native American communities to be part of our country's energy

Next, we'll hear from Lori Grace, a community organizer in
Marin county, California about the groundbreaking Marin Clean Energy
and why what happens to it matters to all. LISTEN