SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) --Energy ministers and policy makers from around the world gathered Wednesday in San Francisco to discuss climate change.
The fovernors of California, Oregon and Washington signed an agreement to reduce greenhouse gas emissions on day one of the seventh Clean Energy Ministerial meeting.
One man attending isn't a state leader, rather a billionaire climate activist who's now using his own fortune to advance the dialogue on climate change. Tom Steyer thinks the Bay Area will play a key role. Watch the video player above for Jonathan Bloom's full report.