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Removing the earth's critical soil cover carries bigger implications for carbon sequestration, water security, food, and more, says soil expert Diana Donlon.
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Warming limits of two degrees Celsius were established in part using the climate impacts we're already seeing, such as ice shelf collapse and flooding, explains Katharine...
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It's critical that the forthcoming COP24 climate agreement have "teeth" - a rigorous peer-reviewed set of rules, explains Katharine Mach, Senior Research Scientist at...
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Trevor Houser, Partner with the Rhodium Group, explains why climate accords are a particularly complex type of international agreement - and how the Paris Agreement set a...
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Trevor Houser lays out the four main actions he would take to reduce global CO2 emissions and end climate change.
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"We're conducting a once-in-a-lifetime global experiment for which we have no previous examples to look back on," says Noah Diffenbaugh, Professor at Stanford University.
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Dr. Katharine Hayhoe describes evangelicals as "those who take the Bible's teachings seriously." Those teachings include caring for those who are less fortunate and for our...
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Katharine Hayhoe, Texas Tech Professor and recipient of the 2018 Stephen H. Schneider Award for Outstanding Climate Science Communication, says that connecting shared values...
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"It's absolutely possible to put together a portfolio of reliable, zero-carbon energy resources, and to do so in many different ways, " argues Sonia Aggarwal, Vice President...
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Leaders in decarbonization include Sweden, Ontario and France, says Staffan Qvist, co-author of A Bright Future: How Some Countries are Solving Climate Change. Could those...
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Joshua Goldstein, Professor of International Relations and co-author of the book How Some Countries are Solving Climate Change, talks about the path to decarbonization - and...
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Intelligence is not a predictor of how we'll feel about climate change, says Stephen H. Schneider Award recipient Katharine Hayhoe. "The single most important predictor is...
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Atmospheric scientist Katharine Hayhoe recalls research with a fellow scientist that revealed the Arctic holds the most potential for dangerous climate feedback - but not for...
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For the last eight years, Climate One has partnered with youth travel organizations to support students adventuring to the top of the world. Learn about the 2018 Arctic...
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Production of animal protein is producing vast amounts of climate-eating gases. But a new generation of companies are creating innovative food products that mimic meat and...
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Massive carbon reduction could be coming in the years ahead, says former Shell Oil President John Hofmeister - but to really make it work, we'll need a few tips from the hot...
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In the absence of federal leadership, partnerships between states, regions, and utilities are forming to address the need for a clean energy grid and clean air, says Mary...
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The companies that will be part of California's carbon neutral future are those who make investments and contribute toward solutions today, says Mary Nichols, Chair of the...
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John Hofmeister describes the industry backing that went into 2010's failed cap-and-trade bill, also known as Waxman-Markey, and describes why a price on carbon is critical...
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