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Author, Don’t Even Think About It: Why Our Brains Are Wired to Ignore Climate Change

George Marshall blames the apathy surrounding climate change on the absence of a specific enemy. That's why in 2004 he co-founded the Climate Outreach and Information Network...
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September 12th, 2014
George Marshall can pinpoint the moment he was first made aware that climate change was real - it was at a public meeting in his British hometown in 1988.  “I left...
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October 30th, 2014
One way or another, Canadian crude oil is coming – whether by land, by sea or underground via the embattled Keystone Pipeline System. Keystone has been heavily opposed by...
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September 15th, 2014
Halting the adverse affects of climate change will require a change in our collective consciousness, according to well-known author and speaker Deepak Chopra, and Rinaldo...
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September 15th, 2014
Imagine you’re remaking The Graduate for today’s climate-challenged world. What would be the one word you’d whisper in Dustin Hoffman’s ear to signal the business...
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November 5th, 2014
One more hungry mouth to feed? Try 9.6 billion -- that’s the earth’s projected population by 2050, according to a United Nations report. Dinner was on the table,...
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October 3rd, 2014
San Francisco’s East Bay is home to five oil refineries, which means crude oil is transported through its communities by rail on a regular basis. According to the California...
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September 16th, 2014
Can idealism and capitalism coexist?  Just ask Jigar Shah and Brad Mattson.  Both are running successful companies that were founded on principals familiar to Climate One...
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October 28th, 2014
“We live in a 21st-century climate with a 20th-century infrastructure and 19th-century laws and policies.” That’s how Peter Gleick of The Pacific Institute summed up the...
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October 13th, 2014
In a few days, Californians will vote on a $7.12 billion water bond. Among other things, Proposition 1 would fund projects to improve public water systems, protect the...
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October 23rd, 2014
At a recent Climate One gathering, U.S. Secretary of Energy Ernest Moniz outlined three major objectives for addressing the country’s energy challenges. “One is to support...
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A Climate One audience member asks Jonathan Wolfson of Solazyne about the possibility of creating jobs in the biofuel industry in California.
Part of Drop In, Scale Up?, October 2011
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Jonathan Wolfson of Solazyme and Alan Shaw of Codexis discuss the costs of biofuel production and the future of the industry.
Part of Drop In, Scale Up?, October 2011
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With all the information the government has already on climate change, high school student Sydney Williams asks Pete McCloskey if the government really cares about the...
Part of Carbon & Courts: Atmospheric Trust, September 2011
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Former congressman Pete McCloskey compares climate change litigation with the impact smoking had on advertisements, TV, and movies. It wasn't until someone brought a lawsuit...
Part of Carbon & Courts: Atmospheric Trust, September 2011
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In a conversation with the US Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar, Climate One host Greg Dalton asks if President Obama has held up to his climate change pledge made during...
Part of Secretary Ken Salazar, September 2011
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In a Climate One conversation on Canada's oil sands, Sierra Club's Carl Pope argues that although Canada is a friendlier country the Keystone XL pipeline won't be used to...
Part of Canada's Oil Sands, August 2011
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One audience member asks a Climate One panel about instant feedback loops and the information a smart meter can provide. While Texas offers quick energy feedback, other...
Part of Power Down, July 2011
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Stanford Professor Greg Walton answers a Climate One audience member's question on the psychology of normalizing behavior. With his example of three-minute showers in...
Part of Power Down, July 2011
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Part of Robert F. Kennedy, Jr., June 2011

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