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As Donald Trump moves into the West Wing and the GOP takes control of Congress, what will become of California’s environmental trailblazing? Christine Pelosi, Superdelegate...
Part of What Now for California?, December 2016
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Radical protesters Tim DeChristopher and Georgia Hirsty put the “active” in “activism.” But is civil disobedience the best way to effect real change? Tim DeChristopher,...
Part of Fighting Fossil Fuels All the Way to Prison, January 2016
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2016 began in the after-glow of the Paris climate summit and ended with the election of Donald Trump. A look back at the year’s energy triumphs and setbacks. David R. Baker,...
Part of 2016: From Paris To Trump, December 2016
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2016 began in the afterglow of the Paris climate accord, and ended with the triumph of a presidential candidate who has labeled climate change a hoax. So what will 2017 and...
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Science historian Naomi Oreskes has had her share of hate mail from climate deniers. But, she says, “We can't give up on the challenge of explaining science.” Naomi Oreskes,...
Part of Dr. Naomi Oreskes: The 2016 Stephen Schneider Award for Outstanding Climate Science Communication, December 2016
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Climate denial has become both a psychological and a political problem. Can better communication help us expand common ground and move on to solutions? Renee Lertzman,...
Part of Is Climate Denial Destroying Our Planet?, December 2016
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What’s really preventing us from enacting environmental change? Blame our brains, says Daniel Goleman, author of Ecological Intelligence. As he explains it, “The problem...
Part of Ecological Intelligence, May 2014
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An emerging area of economics aims to put a price on nature as a way of justifying preserving it in societies dominated by the wisdom of markets. A mountain stream, for...
Part of Nature's Price Tag, July 2013
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What are the issues that link the Latino community to the environmental movement? For many, it comes down to la familia. Latinos, who make up nearly 40 percent of California’...
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Much has been made of the partisan divide on climate change. But there are Republicans out there who believe it’s real – and they have solutions in mind. Jeremy Carl,...
Part of Doubt, Deny or Defend: Republicans on Climate Change, January 2017
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The clean tech sector is on the rise. What areas are most promising for growth, jobs and “gee-whiz!” innovation? What will the new administration bring? Danny Kennedy,...
Part of Can Clean Tech Clean Up Our Future?, February 2017
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Connecting the dots between the foods we love and our environment may be one way to engage people in the climate change fight – one cup of coffee at a time. Jonathan Foley,...
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The Trump administration has moved quickly to reverse some of the previous administration’s energy and climate policies. But not all Republicans are on the same page when it...
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Geoengineering may sound like science fiction, but there are many who believe we can — and should — be taking drastic measures to cool our planet down. Oliver Morton,...
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Every year, 41 million Americans take more water out of the Colorado than nature puts into it. How can we continue to share an ever-shrinking resource? Kevin E. Kelley,...
Part of Killing the Colorado, February 2017
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2016 began in the afterglow of the Paris climate accord, and ended with the triumph of a presidential candidate who has labeled climate change a hoax. So what will 2017 and...
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An information war is raging in our country, in mainstream news and on social media. What is factual and what is an “alternative fact?” Do facts even matter? George Lakoff,...
Part of Why Facts Don’t Trump the President, February 2017
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Will a green economy be more equitable than the brown economy? As California transitions to renewable energy, the result will be green jobs, cleaner communities and lower...
Part of Climate Equity, February 2016
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Do teenagers have a chance to be heard and make an impact on an issue so complex and massive as the world’s energy system? How are young advocates using social media to...
Part of Youth in the Streets and in the Courts, March 2017
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California has committed to getting one-half of its electricity from renewable sources by the year 2030. But clean energy advocates say the state could be more ambitious and...

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