Podcast
Through all the growing pains and political attacks, the U.S. solar industry is still moving ahead. But it still only accounts for 1 percent of all U.S. electricity. With the...
Part of Solar Flares, February 2013
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An energy “renaissance” is happening in the U.S. and Rhonda Zygocki, Executive VP of Policy and Planning at Chevron, says it is “driven by innovation” and the natural gas and...
Part of Driving Growth: EDF & Chevron, February 2013
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Social entrepreneurs and youth advocates are reaching out to schools across the country to engage the next generation in the climate dialogue. It’s not just about facts and...
Part of Generation Green, January 2013
Podcast
From organic cotton to recycled zippers many clothing brands are trying to establish their bona fides with consumers who care about the health of their bodies and the planet...
Part of Clean Clothes with the CEOs of Levi Strauss & Co. and Patagonia, January 2013
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Cheap natural gas is changing the energy mix in America. Energy companies are increasingly making the switch from coal to cheaper, cleaner natural gas to fuel their power...
Part of Power Mix, January 2013
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With everything from hand soap to glass cleaner labeled as “eco-friendly” or “sustainable” consumers are suffering from green fatigue. We are just starting “to align our...
Part of Lost in the Wash, January 2013
Podcast
“As a priest, if I’m going to start talking about what humans are doing to the planet...I need scientific backing. I need to be in close communication with the scientific...
Part of Congregation Power, December 2012
Podcast
Dr. James Hansen, NASA climatologist, on communicating climate change to the next generation, human fingerprints on Superstorm Sandy, and inspiring action. "I'm very...
Part of Dr. James Hansen: the 2012 Stephen H. Schneider Award for Outstanding Climate Science Communication, December 2012
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Michael Mann, Katharine Hayhoe, and Bill Anderegg tackle the political nature of climate science and their experiences as ‘climate warriors.’ Michael Mann warns that "we can'...
Part of Political Science, December 2012
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Activist Bill McKibben and former president of Shell Oil Company John Hofmeister come together at Climate One to discuss the current state of the rhetoric around energy and...
Part of Carbon Math, November 2012
Podcast
Proposition 37 on the upcoming California ballot is a high-stakes food fight with national implications. The measure would bring California, and by extension the United...
Part of GMO: Label or Not?, October 2012
Podcast
A measure on the San Francisco ballot asks voters to consider a two-phase plan that could lead to draining the Hetch Hetchy reservoir. Leaders on both sides of the debate...
Part of Tear Down That Dam?, October 2012
Podcast
High gasoline prices, hydraulic fracturing and the Keystone XL Pipeline have kept energy in the headlines. How will that play this election cycle? What national policies...
Part of Energy and the Election, October 2012
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The funding outlook is cloudy for parts of the clean energy sector. Production tax credits for wind energy may expire at the end of the year, and some members of Congress are...
Part of Clean Money, September 2012
Podcast
Is the Obama stimulus package working to create promised jobs? What is politics and what is truth? Michael Grunwald, Senior National Correspondent, Time; Author, The New New...
Part of Green New Deal, September 2012
Podcast
How are some of the largest building design and construction firms meeting client goals for more efficient resource utilization and cleaner built environments?
Part of Building Green Cities, September 2012
Podcast
Gary Dillabough, Managing Partner, Westly GroupAnn Hand, CEO, Project FrogKevin Surace, Founder, Serious Energy Cleantech entrepreneurs are changing the way buildings are...
Part of Green Buildings: Building Innovation, September 2012
Podcast
What makes electric cars so appealing to drive? Is range anxiety really a serious concern? Climate One asks three Bay Area electric vehicle owners what it’s like to be ahead...
Part of EV Riders, August 2012
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What's more powerful in shaping human perceptions--facts or stories? Where does the truth lie, and how will we know it?
Part of Story Wars, July 2012
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Physicist Richard Muller challenges scientific data used in deductions about global warming, and comes to his own conclusions on a variety of energy issues. Richard Muller,...
Part of Richard Muller: Skeptical Science, June 2012

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