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An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth to Power co-Director Bonni Cohen tells Climate One Host Greg Dalton about things she couldn't fit into the film.
Part of Al Gore and An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth to Power, July 2017
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Former Vice President, Al Gore reflects on his efforts to convince President Donald Trump to not leave the Paris Climate Accord.
Part of Al Gore and An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth to Power, July 2017
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Looking back on his own experiences, Adam Davis from Ecosystem Investment Partners says that big business and environmental groups can be beneficial for both parties.
Part of Aligning Profits with the Planet, July 2017
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"We need to have bold vision and innovative solutions that are coming from the bottom up - from all of us in this room and so many people who are not here", says Gloria...
Part of Let's Talk Solutions: Global Climate Action Summit, September 2018
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Barbara Grady, Senior writer at GreenBiz.com, says that today there is more scrutiny on corporation's environmental records.
Part of Aligning Profits with the Planet, July 2017
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Climate One Host Greg Dalton in the lighting round during the "Aligning Profits with the Planet" program. The program featured: Gretchen Daily, Professor of Environmental...
Part of Aligning Profits with the Planet, July 2017
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Climate One Host Greg Dalton conducts his Lightning Round of questions during the California's Climate Crusade program. Panelists include: Mike Mielke, Sr. Vice President,...
Part of California’s Climate Crusade, August 2017
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Senior Vice President of Environment & Energy at the Silicon Valley Leadership Group, Mike Mielke, talks about tech companies and their efforts to be more green.
Part of California’s Climate Crusade, August 2017
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Powerhouse co-founder and CEO Emily Kirsch tells the story about how the late rock star, Prince helped quietly fund a solar project in Oakland, CA.
Part of Happening with James Redford, September 2017
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Powerhouse co-founder and CEO, Emily Kirsch is optimistic about job creation in the renewable energy sector despite hurdles put in place by the federal government.
Part of Happening with James Redford, September 2017
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CEO Gia Schneider from Natel Energy, champions the use of hydropower and nature's role in advancing the technology.
Part of Happening with James Redford, September 2017
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Filmmaker, James Redford expresses his frustrations about the inactivity in fighting the climate crisis, despite all the clear signs.
Part of Happening with James Redford, September 2017
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“This ability to grow compassion is one of the most powerful things we can do as human beings,” says Figueres. “It transforms us, it transforms our relationships, and...
Part of Christiana Figueres: A Conversation on Mindfulness and Climate, September 2018
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Freelance Journalist and Author, Gabriel Thompson shares the story of how a farmer named Roberto almost lost his son from working in the fields in extreme heat.
Part of Chasing the Harvest in the Heat, September 2017
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Attorney Blanca A. Bañuelos shares her story about witnessing the mistreatment of farm workers as a young girl. Those memories spurred her to become a lawyer and secure...
Part of Chasing the Harvest in the Heat, September 2017
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The Executive Director of the Berkeley Food Institute at the University of California, Berkeley, L. Ann Thrupp, PhD talks about the wine industry and what it's doing to...
Part of Chasing the Harvest in the Heat, September 2017
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Vox staff writer, David Roberts talks about the difficulties of using metaphors to explain the gravity of climate disruption.
Part of Elizabeth Kolbert and David Roberts: Covering Catastrophe, September 2017
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Elizabeth Kolbert and David Roberts talk about solving climate change on a massive scale.
Part of Elizabeth Kolbert and David Roberts: Covering Catastrophe, September 2017
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Climate One Host Greg Dalton in the lighting round during the “Elizabeth Kolbert and David Roberts: Covering Catastrophe" program.
Part of Elizabeth Kolbert and David Roberts: Covering Catastrophe, September 2017
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New Yorker journalist, Elizabeth Kolbert explains why it may be difficult for individuals to make a big difference in the battle against the climate crisis.
Part of Elizabeth Kolbert and David Roberts: Covering Catastrophe, September 2017

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