Podcast
Growth as we’ve known it is over, say Paul Gilding and Richard Heinberg. “The idea that we can keep on growing the economy up against the physical limits of the Earth” –...
Part of The Great Disruption, November 2011
Podcast
America’s innovation engine is the envy of the world, yet it struggles to deploy new technology at the scale commensurate with its economic might. Severin Borenstein, Co-...
Part of Energy Innovation: Overhaul or Tweak?, November 2011
Podcast
It might sound strange coming from the scion of a family whose name is synonymous with cars, but Bill Ford is worried about a world with too many automobiles. “Even if we...
Part of William Clay Ford, Jr., October 2011
Podcast
America should wean itself from foreign oil and invest in clean energy technologies and infrastructure. Join us for a broad conversation about what Congress could do to...
Part of U.S. Senator Jeff Merkley, October 2011
Podcast
More than a year after oil stopped gushing into the Gulf, the co-chairs of the commission tasked with investigating the Deepwater Horizon oil spill appear together in this...
Part of Beyond Petroleum: Lessons from the Gulf of Mexico, October 2011
Podcast
The U.S. military has ambitious plans to reduce its dangerous dependence on oil and other fossil fuels. Can the buying power of the Pentagon drive innovation in new energy...
Part of Beyond Petroleum: Navy Seals Leading the Charge, October 2011
Podcast
The debate over Saltworks, a proposal to build 12,000 homes on former salt ponds in Redwood City, is a harbinger of coming development fights in the age of climate change. ...
Part of Saltworks and Beyond, October 2011
Podcast
Bullish on technology’s ability to tap previously unreachable oil and gas, energy analyst Daniel Yergin tells this Climate One audience to expect the age of fossil fuels to...
Part of Daniel Yergin, October 2011
Podcast
The four China watchers assembled for this Climate One panel debate the motives for, and the implications of, China’s domestic climate action, particularly its abundant clean...
Part of Red Alert, October 2011
Podcast
Next-generation biofuels are on the verge of a breakthrough but aren’t ready to displace conventional fuels, three Bay Area biofuel company CEOs say in this Climate One talk...
Part of Drop In, Scale Up?, October 2011
Podcast
In August, the Obama administration announced the first-ever fuel efficiency standards for heavy-duty trucks and buses.  John Boesel, CEO, CALSTARTMike Tunnell, Director,...
Part of Truckin', October 2011
Podcast
The world is doomed to repeat four-year cycles of booms followed by crashes if we don’t get off oil, Jeremy Rifkin warns in this Climate One talk.  Jeremy Rifkin, President,...
Part of Jeremy Rifkin, October 2011
Podcast
It would not seem a fruitful time to be on the frontlines in the fight to protect the environment in the United States, with the EPA under daily attack and climate...
Part of Big Green, September 2011
Podcast
It might be the only reference to Star Wars you’ll ever hear at Climate One. Reaching for an analogy to drive home the impact of a shrinking cap on carbon emissions in...
Part of Cap and Trade: Fixable or Fatally Flawed?, September 2011
Podcast
With climate legislation dead in Congress, and the international climate talks years from resolution, some proponents of climate action are turning to the courts in the hope...
Part of Carbon & Courts: Atmospheric Trust, September 2011
Podcast
California reservoirs are at healthy levels this year, but the state’s water system remains in crisis. Ken Salazar, Secretary of the Interior
Part of Secretary Ken Salazar, September 2011
Podcast
“Humanity needs nature to thrive.” For Peter Seligmann, who delivers that line, and Jib Ellison, who shares the stage with him at this Climate One panel, the abundant...
Part of Ecosystem Services, September 2011
Podcast
In this Climate One conversation, two of the most influential environmentalists of the past 30 years share the same stage for just the second time in their long careers in...
Part of Blessed 350, September 2011
Podcast
The 1,700-mile Keystone XL pipeline would carry heavy crude oil from Alberta to America’s Gulf Coast refineries. Cassie Doyle, Consul General, Canada; Former Canadian Deputy...
Part of Canada's Oil Sands, August 2011
Podcast
Energy underpins our civilization. It’s hardly surprising that convincing people to use less of something so tied to their comfort and survival is challenging. Rev. Canon...
Part of Power Down, July 2011

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