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Diane Doucette, Co-Founder and Executive Director, Chambers for Innovation and Clean Energy, shares a story about convincing a Tea Party Congressman that Climate Change is...
Part of How Cities Can Solve the Climate Challenge, May 2017
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Greg Dalton's "Lightning Round" of questions during the How Cities can Solve the Climate Challenge program.
Part of How Cities Can Solve the Climate Challenge, May 2017
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Former Sierra Club Executive Director, Carl Pope explains why Michael Bloomberg beats Donald Trump when it comes to the debate about coal.
Part of How Cities Can Solve the Climate Challenge, May 2017
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University of California Berkeley professor Michael Ranney talks about the fame and fortune that would await the scientist that disproves climate change.
Part of Inheriting Climate Change: What Will Boomers Leave Behind?, May 2017
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Venture capitalist and author, Bruce Gibney shares the issues he has with baby boomers.
Part of Inheriting Climate Change: What Will Boomers Leave Behind?, May 2017
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In our Hands author, Wilford Welch responds to Bruce Gibney and spells out three ways baby boomers might change when it comes to climate.
Part of Inheriting Climate Change: What Will Boomers Leave Behind?, May 2017
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Executive Director of Cool the Earth, Carleen Cullen explains that climate change is all-inclusive and it will take kids of all races and religions to make a real difference.
Part of Inheriting Climate Change: What Will Boomers Leave Behind?, May 2017
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The Lightning Round from "Inheriting Climate Change: What Will Boomers Leave Behind."
Part of Inheriting Climate Change: What Will Boomers Leave Behind?, May 2017
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Lynn Doan of Bloomberg news talks about objectivity in covering stories like Standing Rock.
Part of Banking on Change at Standing Rock, May 2017
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Indigenous California artist & activist, L. Frank Manriquez went to Standing Rock three times to protect the land surrounding the Dakota Access Pipeline. She talks about...
Part of Banking on Change at Standing Rock, May 2017
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Climate One host Greg Dalton conducts the lightning round during the "Banking on Change at Standing Rock" program.
Part of Banking on Change at Standing Rock, May 2017
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Co-founder of Idle No More SF Bay, Pennie Opal Plant talks about individuals' responsibilities in ensuring the future is safe for all living things.
Part of Banking on Change at Standing Rock, May 2017
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Austin Wilson, Environmental Health Program Manager at As You Sow questions whether pesticides are really needed to feed the world.
Part of Rounding Up the Facts on GMOs, May 2017
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Food Evolution filmmaker Scott Hamilton Kennedy, defends his movie on GMOs against accusations that it is a propaganda piece.
Part of Rounding Up the Facts on GMOs, May 2017
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"When you are a visionary, when you are trying to bring new technology to the market, it is not always smooth." John Purcell, VP and Global R&D Lead, Monsanto Company...
Part of Rounding Up the Facts on GMOs, May 2017
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Climate One Host Greg Dalton asks provocative questions in the lighting round of the "Water Whiplash" program. The program featured Terranova Ranch General Manager Don...
Part of Water Whiplash, May 2017
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Buzz Thompson, Director of the Woods Institute for the Environment at Stanford University, emphasizes the importance of investing to upgrade dams and protect the poor people...
Part of Water Whiplash, May 2017
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Terranova Ranch General Manager and farmer, Don Cameron defends the practice of growing almonds and other crops despite the amount of water it takes to grow them.
Part of Water Whiplash, May 2017
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State Water Resources Control Board Chair Felicia Marcus stresses the need for the state to not only think about new infrastructure, but to maintain our old infrastructure....
Part of Water Whiplash, May 2017
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Dr. Marcia Ishii-Eiteman, Senior Scientist and Director of the Grassroots Science Program at the Pesticide Action Network, explains how agriculture can be the cause of--and...
Part of Rounding Up the Facts on GMOs, May 2017

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