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What does it take to get people off their phones and into the outdoors? Research has shown the deleterious effects of electronics on weight, sleep, and cognitive development...
Part of Naturally Wired: Getting Outside in the Digital Age, March 2019
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Despite having the top-selling luxury car in 2018, and a loyal if not rabid customer base, Tesla has been facing major challenges. In August, maverick CEO Elon Musk was ...
Part of Insane Mode: Tesla’s Wild Ride , March 2019
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Production of animal protein is producing vast amounts of climate-eating gases. But a new generation of companies are creating innovative food products that mimic meat and...
Part of The New Surf and Turf, July 2018
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With the Green New Deal in the national spotlight, a vigorous debate is happening: how ambitiously and broadly must the U.S. act on climate? Are issues like economic equity,...
Part of Climate One at Harvard: John Holdren and Gina McCarthy , April 2019
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How far would you go to make your voice heard on climate change? College student Tim DeChristopher disrupted an auction for oil and gas leases - and landed in prison. Georgia...
Part of Fighting Fossil Fuels All the Way to Prison, January 2016
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While the environmental movement is typically associated with upper-class white folk, it is also a civil rights issue. Communities of color often live closest to factories...
Part of Oppressive Heat: Climate Change and Civil Rights , October 2017
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PG&E has had a bad few years. A series of record-breaking wildfires culminating with 2018’s devastating Camp Fire propelled the California utility giant into lawsuits, $...
Part of How Climate Broke California’s Biggest Utility, April 2019
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Global temperatures would be soaring even higher were it not for a powerful heat-trapping ally: oceans. From regulating the temperature of the planet to generating half of...
Part of Sea Changes: Why Oceans Play A Bigger Role in Climate Than You Think, April 2019
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The Green New Deal is shaking up climate politics in Washington. The resolution’s ambitious clean energy goals are championed by several leading Democrats — but are...
Part of Republicans and a Democrat on Climate, April 2019
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Although many climate conversations talk about impacts on future generations, all too often those younger generations are not at the table or in the room. So how are young...
Part of If You Won’t, We Will: Youth Action on Climate, May 2019
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We’ve all heard that hopping on a plane is one of the worst things we can do for the climate. So how do we justify the environmental costs of world travel? Seeing the effects...
Part of Mindful Travel in the Age of Climate Change, March 2018
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As the 2020 presidential election approaches, Greg Dalton will be sitting down with some of the candidates to talk about their plans for a clean energy supply, a greener...
Part of Jay Inslee: The Climate Candidate, May 2019
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Produce, consume, discard: we all know the routine. Raw materials are extracted, produced into goods, and used – sometimes only once – before turning into waste. And...
Part of Can a Circular Economy Salvage the Climate?, May 2019
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At what point does Planet Earth become inhospitable to life – let alone a flourishing human civilization? In his new book The Uninhabitable Earth: Life After Warming, David...
Part of David Wallace-Wells: The Uninhabitable Earth, May 2019
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Do you live somewhere that might actually benefit from climate change? Rising temperatures and seas will produce losers and winners. Some parts of the world will see more...
Part of Climate Winners and Losers, May 2018
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When Ridley Scott envisioned the dystopian Los Angeles of 2019 in “Blade Runner,” he probably didn’t think about how much energy would be needed to run those flying cars and...
Part of Cities for the Future: Where Life Meets Design, June 2019
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What does a former advisor to Richard Nixon think about the climate crisis? “This is turning out exactly the way scientists predicted, with one exception: it’s happening...
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How will we feed a planet that’s hotter, drier, and more crowded than ever? Much of it starts with innovators who are trying to re-invent the global food system to be more...
Part of The Fate of Food , June 2019
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The climate conversation in Washington has changed enough that Democrats and Republicans are talking climate deals. A lot of that change can be attributed to the Green New...
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When it comes to solving climate change, where do we start? The organization Project Drawdown has published a list of top solutions for climate change – impactful actions...
Part of Drawdown: Do We Have What It Takes to Solve Climate Change? , July 2019

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