LIVE: Biden administration officials speak on the path to net zero at Aspen Ideas Festival — 6/29/22

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Gina McCarthy, White House national climate advisor, and Michael Regan, administrator of the EPA, join TIME correspondent Justin Worland for a discussion on whether the Biden administration can get the U.S. on a path to net zero at the Aspen Ideas Festival on Wednesday. The festival is a gathering of some of the most provocative thinkers, writers, artists, business people, teachers, and other leaders.

NBCUniversal News Group is the exclusive media partner for this internationally renowned event. High profile global change agents convene in Aspen, Colorado for this 18th annual gathering exploring ideas and issues that shape our lives and challenge our times.

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LIVE: Biden administration officials speak on the path to net zero at Aspen Ideas Festival — 6/29/22

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