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Democracy Now! Host Amy Goodman calls out all the cabinet members who are part of the "oily-garchy."
Part of A Conversation with Amy Goodman and Kenneth Kimmell, October 2017
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The Rev. Dr. Gerald Durley from Interfaith Power and Light, explains why climate and environmental issues may not be points of major concern in communities of color.
Part of Oppressive Heat: Climate Change and Civil Rights , October 2017
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The Rev. Dr. Gerald Durley of Interfaith Power and Light, talks about his brush with actress Jane Fonda and how she shined a light on the effects of climate change.
Part of Oppressive Heat: Climate Change and Civil Rights , October 2017
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Ingrid Brostrom, Assistant Director at the Center on Race, Poverty & the Environment, details how the judicial system has failed when it comes to holding companies liable...
Part of Oppressive Heat: Climate Change and Civil Rights , October 2017
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Musician and Hip Hop Caucus' Bay Area Coordinator, Mystic, shares her thoughts on how environmental organizations could better engage communities of color.
Part of Oppressive Heat: Climate Change and Civil Rights , October 2017
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Climate One Host Greg Dalton in the lighting round during the “Bill Nye: Science Guy" program.
Part of Bill Nye: Science Guy, November 2017
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TV personality and science educator, Bill Nye expresses the importance of teaching science and critical thinking.
Part of Bill Nye: Science Guy, November 2017
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Director of "Bill Nye: Science Guy," Jason Sussberg, talks about the power of Millennials and the difference that generation will make.
Part of Bill Nye: Science Guy, November 2017
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TV host and science educator, Bill Nye, talks about older climate deniers 'aging out,' and the rise of scientifically-literate people emerging to combat climate disruption.
Part of Bill Nye: Science Guy, November 2017
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Lightning round with Jeff Goodell, Katharine Mach and Marco Krapels.
Part of Jeff Goodell: The Water Will Come, November 2017
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Rolling Stone contributing editor and author of The Water Will Come, Jeff Goodell, recounts his interview in Alaska with President Barack Obama in 2015.
Part of Jeff Goodell: The Water Will Come, November 2017
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Former vice president at Tesla, Marco Krapels, details how the Trump administration’s tariff dispute with China could have global ramifications and put the United States at a...
Part of Jeff Goodell: The Water Will Come, November 2017
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Neighborly COO Kiran Jain explains why cities like Oakland, California are models for the 100 Resilient Cities program, a global program funded by the Rockefeller Foundation.
Part of High Tide on Main Street, November 2017
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John Englander, the author of High Tide on Main Street, explains that it is not just the wealthy with coastal front property. Many poor people are directly at risk from...
Part of High Tide on Main Street, November 2017
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Stanton Glantz, director at the University of California San Francisco's Center for Tobacco Control Research and Education, details why the Koch brothers and tobacco...
Part of Football, Tobacco & Oil: Narratives of Deceit , November 2017
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Adrienne Alford from the Union of Concerned Scientists breaks down her organization's, "playbook of deception" which is used to show how "business interests deceive,...
Part of Football, Tobacco & Oil: Narratives of Deceit , November 2017
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Pulitzer Prize-winning author Steve Fainaru talks about how the death of former Pittsburgh Steelers center, Mike Webster, shed light on the CTE and concussion risks...
Part of Football, Tobacco & Oil: Narratives of Deceit , November 2017
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On today’s program, Climate One host, Greg Dalton returns to where it all began 10 years ago; to the Arctic. Join Greg as he talks with politicians, students, scientists and...
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California Academy of Sciences Executive Director, Jon Foley, explains why he doesn't think Bill Nye, Al Gore or Leonardo DiCaprio are the best messengers on getting the word...
Part of Dr. Michael Mann: The 2017 Stephen H. Schneider Award for Outstanding Climate Science Communication, January 2018
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2017 Stephen H. Schneider Award-winner, Dr. Michael Mann, shares what gives him hope for the future in the fight against climate disruption.
Part of Dr. Michael Mann: The 2017 Stephen H. Schneider Award for Outstanding Climate Science Communication, January 2018

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