NAS on Fox News Sustainability Special Report

Ashley Thorne

This Sunday Fox News aired a special report on the sustainability movement which featured NAS president Peter Wood, who talked about NAS's examination of the movement. The report also included our friend organization FIRE, Danish author and professor Bjørn Lomborg, AEI scholar Steven Hayward, and the former president of Second Nature, Anthony Cortese.

Click on the image below to watch the 40-minute segment, "Behind Obama's Green Agenda." 

NAS articles referenced in the program:
Apr 28, 2008 by Peter Wood, Inside Higher Ed
 
A First Look at Second Nature
Aug 3, 2009 by Ashley Thorne
 
Jan 19, 2010 by Glenn Ricketts, Academic Questions

Click here to see all of NAS's top articles on the sustainability movement in higher education.

Fox News statistics on viewership of the program:

The first run of FNR: Behind Obama’s Green Agenda (10/7/12 at 9pm) averaged 1.3 million total viewers and the repeat averaged 607,000 total viewers.

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