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ELACC's Isela Gracian tells Climate One that on a governmental, economic and personal level, we need to rethink land and property ownership as not just a way to generate...
Part of Climate Gentrification , August 2018
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How high? How fast? Larry Goldzband of the Bay Area Conservation and Development Commission says we're planning for 4-7 feet of sea level rise by the end of the century,...
Part of Permanently Temporary: Living With Rising Seas, August 2018
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Nahal Ghoghaie of The Environmental Justice Coalition for Water tells Climate One about the communities facing disproportionate environmental burdens. Ghoghaie highlights the...
Part of Permanently Temporary: Living With Rising Seas, August 2018
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Nahal Ghoghaie of the Environmental Justice Coalition for Water explains how communities acting as stewards of the land they are on can contribute valuable and...
Part of Permanently Temporary: Living With Rising Seas, August 2018
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Author William Vollmann talks to Climate One about the way communities value and honor sacrifice.
Part of Carbon Captives: The Human Experience, August 2018
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Green For All's National Director, Michelle Romero, discusses a green economy that isn't just about cutting carbon pollution, but also about building strong, sustainable...
Part of Carbon Captives: The Human Experience, August 2018
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William Vollmann tells Climate One about the impacts that the coal industry has had on the towns and communities that have supported it.
Part of Carbon Captives: The Human Experience, August 2018
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Greg Dalton asks Michelle Romero about the sacrifices involved in the green economy. She says we actually need to invest in the communities that are living with less already.
Part of Carbon Captives: The Human Experience, August 2018
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Michelle Romero describes some of the work that communities are doing to bring sustainable and efficient transportation to their rural towns. She says it's not so much about...
Part of Carbon Captives: The Human Experience, August 2018
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Brian Wiedenmeier explains, "we need to be inviting one another to talk about climate change and its impacts. Everybody needs to be a part of this conversation, from your...
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Nicolette Hahn Niman says one of her biggest frustrations in the climate conversation is that, "we are getting these really oversimplified messages, especially we are often...
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Dominique Crenn explains that a 500-person dinner table would be a great place for conversation about climate change because, "food is the core of engagement. When you have...
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"Money is the oxygen on which the fire that is global warming burns. If we are able to stamp out that supply of money, then that fire will begin to dwindle." - Bill McKibben
Part of Let's Talk Solutions: Global Climate Action Summit, September 2018
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Lizzie Johnson of the San Francisco Chronicle describes the difficulties families face after fires disrupt their housing, work, and daily responsibilities.
Part of The World On Fire, September 2018
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Rich Gordon of the California Forestry Association discusses how thinning dense forests contributes to forest health, leaving stronger, healthier trees to improve forest...
Part of The World On Fire, September 2018
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Rich Gordon talks to Climate One about the impact of the Chinese waste ban on California's recycled paper market. Gordon discusses the unique community of family-owned timber...
Part of The World On Fire, September 2018
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Scott Stephens of UC Berkeley says we're building increasingly dense communities in areas that are beautiful, but fire-prone.
Part of The World On Fire, September 2018
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Gloria Walton of SCOPE says climate solutions require an intersectional approach because the climate problems we face are rooted in different kinds of systemic oppression....
Part of Let's Talk Solutions: Global Climate Action Summit, September 2018
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Professor of Fire Science Scott Stephens discusses the importance of community and community planning in fire-vulnerable areas. He says it's not just about the flames, but...
Part of The World On Fire, September 2018

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