Our host Greg Dalton went to the climate summit in Paris to learn what food and energy solutions were being proposed – outside of the closed door negotiations. Coal made from grass. Burgers made from fruit. He came back with food for thought. When the Paris summit was over and the dust settled, Greg sat down with U.S. Secretary of Energy, Ernest Moniz, to get his perspective on the summit’s success – and the prospects for countries actually making good on their promises. Innovating our way to a clean economy, on Climate One.

Part 1: Climate One in Paris
Frank Rijsberman, CEO of the CGIAR Consortium of 15 research institutes working for agricultural research for development
Former director at the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation
AG Kawamura, Farmer near LA. CA Secretary of Food and Agriculture under Gov Schwarzenegger. Co-chair of Solutions from the Land
Don McCabe, President of the Ontario Federation of Agriculture and the Canadian member to the North American Climate Smart Agriculture Alliance
Audun (Sommerli) Time, Chief Marketing Operator, Sky Mining
Pat Brown, Founder and CEO, Impossible Foods
Diana Donlon, Director, Cool Foods Campaign, Center for Food Safety
Kat Taylor, Co-Founder and Co-CEO of Beneficial State Bank, and California Rancher
Sudarshan Chaudhary, Youth Federation of Indigenous Nationalities Nepal

Part 2: Ernest Moniz
Ernest Moniz, U.S. Energy Secretary