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Cassandra Sweet, a reporter for the Wall Street Journal explains the impact Donald Trump's presidency may have on the Paris Climate Accord.
Part of 2016: From Paris To Trump, December 2016
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Joining Climate One: Tom Toles, Editorial Cartoonist, The Washington Post Michael Mann, Distinguished Professor of Meteorology, Penn State University Renee Lertzman. Climate...
Part of Is Climate Denial Destroying Our Planet?, December 2016
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The Washington Post's Tom Tales joins Climate One and takes a satirical look at how the issue of climate became so divisive.
Part of Is Climate Denial Destroying Our Planet?, December 2016
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Scientist, Michael Mann joins Climate One for a discussion on climate denial.
Part of Is Climate Denial Destroying Our Planet?, December 2016
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Freelance science journalist Cristine Russell joined Climate One for a discussion on climate denial. "We don't have that collective wisdom," Russell told Climate One. Adding...
Part of Is Climate Denial Destroying Our Planet?, December 2016
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The scientific consensus is that human activity is cooking the planet. Does President-elect Trump calling it a hoax embolden others in denial? Many people are concerned about...
Part of Is Climate Denial Destroying Our Planet?, December 2016
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On December 12, 2016, Climate One a polled Twitter for thoughts on man-made climate change. Climate engagement strategist Renee Lertzman discusses the results.
Part of Is Climate Denial Destroying Our Planet?, December 2016
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Joining Climate One: Naomi Oreskes, Professor of History of Science and Director of Graduate Studies, Harvard University Steven Chu, Former U.S. Secretary of Energy;...
Part of Dr. Naomi Oreskes: The 2016 Stephen Schneider Award for Outstanding Climate Science Communication, December 2016
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Scientist, Naomi Oreskes was honored by Climate One with the 6th annual Stephen Schneider Award for for Outstanding Climate Science Communication. She shared a simple...
Part of Dr. Naomi Oreskes: The 2016 Stephen Schneider Award for Outstanding Climate Science Communication, December 2016
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It was a life changing expedition to the Arctic that prompted Greg Dalton to found Climate One nearly 10 years ago. Seeking to inspire others — especially the next generation...
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Holmes Hummel, founder of Clean Energy Works and Danny Kennedy, managing director at the California Clean Energy Fund breakdown the 2017 U.S. Energy and Employment Report.
Part of Can Clean Tech Clean Up Our Future?, February 2017
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With stock market values at near-record highs, again, how is the clean tech sector doing? One index of solar stocks is down 50 percent from a year ago and the industry was...
Part of Can Clean Tech Clean Up Our Future?, February 2017
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Danny Kennedy, the managing director for the California Clean Energy Fund discusses why the Trump administration is either going "to have to get on board or get caught in the...
Part of Can Clean Tech Clean Up Our Future?, February 2017
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Andrew Chung the founder and managing partner at 1955 Capital discusses advances in battery technology and moving beyond the dominance of lithium-ion.
Part of Can Clean Tech Clean Up Our Future?, February 2017
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Joining Climate One: Danny Kennedy, Managing Director, California Clean Energy Fund Holmes Hummel, Founder Clean Energy Works Andrew Chung, Founder & Managing Partner,...
Part of Can Clean Tech Clean Up Our Future?, February 2017
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Back in 2008, presidential candidates John McCain and Barack Obama had similar views on climate change, both supporting some variance of a price on carbon. Today, the climate...
Part of Doubt, Deny or Defend: Republicans on Climate Change, January 2017
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The story of the American West is deeply rooted in the Colorado River, which delivers fresh water to 30 million people. For years, there has been more Colorado water on paper...
Part of Killing the Colorado, February 2017
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The story of the American West is deeply rooted in the Colorado River, which delivers fresh water to 30 million people. For years, there has been more Colorado water on paper...
Part of Killing the Colorado, February 2017
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Abrahm Lustgarten, a reporter at ProPublica discusses the state of the Colorado river.
Part of Killing the Colorado, February 2017
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Kevin E. Kelley a general manager at the Imperial Irrigation District and Abrahm Lustgarten, a reporter for ProPublica discuss California's push to conserve and manage water.
Part of Killing the Colorado, February 2017

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