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Tesla is the most valuable car company in the US, recently surpassing even the auto giant, General Motors. But this high valuation is not due to the number of cars they make...
Part of Tesla: Impossible Until It's Not, July 2017
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Who is bankrolling our political system? Jane Mayer takes us behind the scenes to expose the powerful group of individuals who are shaping our country. Jane Mayer, Staff...
Part of Jane Mayer: Behind Dark Money, April 2017
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It is possible to protect profits and the planet. Despite claims that a win for the environment is a loss for the economy, corporations are finding innovative ways to have it...
Part of Aligning Profits with the Planet, July 2017
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The explorer, climber, surfer and founder of sporting goods company Patagonia, Inc., has spent a lifetime welcoming adventure – and risk - of all kinds. Yvon Chouinard,...
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From Katrina and Sandy to Harvey and Irma - how is climate change fueling these increasingly destructive hurricanes? Greg Dalton and his guests delve into the politics, costs...
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People who are involved in the sports world have seen the benefits of greening their professions. Many athletes and executives gathered at the Green Sports Alliance Summit in...
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Fossil fuels are in favor again in Washington. New opportunities are opening to mine coal and drill for oil despite the fact that the costs for fossil fuels continue to rise...
Part of Happening with James Redford, September 2017
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Some environmentalists said the law extending California’s cap and trade system to 2030 is a sellout to the oil industry and it shortchanges disadvantaged communities that...
Part of California’s Climate Crusade, August 2017
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Communicating about climate change and convincing the public that something needs to be done about it is a complicated proposition, one that reporters Elizabeth Kolbert and...
Part of Elizabeth Kolbert and David Roberts: Covering Catastrophe, September 2017
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Rising temperatures are making hard outdoor jobs even harder. It is the kind of heat that will ground airplanes and melt rail lines, and health experts say agricultural...
Part of Chasing the Harvest in the Heat, September 2017
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Climate One goes to the front line of climate change - the high Arctic - to hear from the people there how their economies, communities and culture are changing due to global...
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When trying to fight a campaign of disinformation, who better to be on your side than a muckraking journalist like Amy Goodman and a lawyer running the Union for Concerned...
Part of A Conversation with Amy Goodman and Kenneth Kimmell, October 2017
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Communities of color often live closest to factories and refineries that spew toxic pollution. That’s one reason why polls show more African Americans and Latinos say climate...
Part of Oppressive Heat: Climate Change and Civil Rights , October 2017
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Rising waters represent the most visible and tangible impact of climate disruption. Protecting people and property from all that water, while simultaneously ensuring billions...
Part of Jeff Goodell: The Water Will Come, November 2017
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Sifting through the Trump administration’s misleading statements on climate change can be a daunting task. That’s where scientist Bill Nye comes in. The Science Guy is on a...
Part of Bill Nye: Science Guy, November 2017
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The coast line has been basically in the same place for all of human civilization and now that’s changing in very unpredictable and unsettling ways. Oceans will rise faster...
Part of High Tide on Main Street, November 2017
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What do football, tobacco and oil have in common? A common narrative of deceit. When tobacco companies faced public scrutiny about the link between cancer and smoking, the...
Part of Football, Tobacco & Oil: Narratives of Deceit , November 2017
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Donald Trump once advocated for climate action. Now, he’s moving Barack Obama’s efforts in the opposite direction. Obama’s former science advisor, John Holdren, talks about...
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It’s safe to say that 2017 was not been the best of times when it came to climate. Record-breaking hurricanes, year-round wildfires, and a renewed commitment to fossil fuels...
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In his new movie Human Flow, artist and human rights activist Ai Weiwei documents the plight of refugees struggling in a hot and crowded world. Greg also talks to an artist...
Part of Ai Weiwei: Human Flow, October 2017

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