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Greenhouse: The green news of 2016

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Tony Dokoupil talks to Juliette Rooney-Varga about how countries will really reduce their carbon footprints after the climate agreement in Paris. Yale’s Stuart DeCew explains how more and more students will reject working for a company with bad green and environmental policies. Tim McDonnell and Evan Lehmann speak about some of the environmental stories that will be big in 2016. Plus, Katherine Bagley and Saqib Rahim stop by Greenhouse to talk green news headlines.