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El Niño is waiting in the wings, and heat waves, sea level rise and drought are in the forecast as well. How prepared are we to weather the next big disaster? Nile Malloy,...
Part of Resilient Cities, October 2015
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Big Oil spends billions to squeeze fossil fuel from every nook and cranny of the globe. But is drilling in the Arctic and Amazon as profitable as they’d hoped? Lou Allstadt,...
Part of Drilling in the Amazon and Arctic, October 2015
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PG&E hopes to become 50% renewable by 2030 by transitioning to renewable power sources and investing in a 21st century grid. Can they reach their goal? Anthony Earley, Jr...
Part of Charging Ahead: PG&E CEO Tony Earley , October 2015
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California has an ambitious plan to reduce carbon emissions. Can EVs and driverless cars save the day? Or will they just add to our already clogged roads? Shad Balch,...
Part of Power Drive, November 2015
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Climate change awareness and action are growing. Solutions are being implemented, with more in the wings. Are we experiencing an “atmosphere of hope?” Tim Flannery, Scientist...
Part of Atmosphere of Hope, November 2015
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Human activity has touched every corner of the Earth. The Arctic, the Amazon, the bottom of the deep, blue sea. Places you and I will most likely never visit – and can hardly...
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Climate One went on the road to check out the action in and around the UN Climate Summit in Paris. While negotiators from 180 countries drilled down on the details of the...
Part of Climate One in Paris, December 2015
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The latest recipient of the Stephen Schneider Award calls COP21 “a turning point,” but warns that there’s still much to be done to combat global warming. Chris Field,...
Part of Dr. Chris Field: The 2015 Stephen H. Schneider Award for Outstanding Climate Science Communication, December 2015
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The path towards a clean energy future entails reducing our carbon footprint. But can we actually shrink that footprint down to nothing? That’s the idea behind “net zero” –...
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We’ll never win the climate change challenge if we don’t change the way we make and drive cars. In the U.S. personal vehicles account for nearly one fifth of all our...
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Radical protesters Tim DeChristopher and Georgia Hirsty put the “active” in “activism.” But is civil disobedience the best way to effect real change? 
Part of Fighting Fossil Fuels All the Way to Prison, January 2016
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Nearly 200 countries have pledged to go on a carbon diet. But does what happens in Paris, stay in Paris? How does the US plan to keep its climate promises? Ernest Moniz, U.S...
Part of U.S. Energy Secretary & Business Leaders, January 2016
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If climate change makes you feel anxious, depressed or powerless, psychologists say you’re not alone. Can talking it out help drive change? Joshua Freedman, CEO, Six Seconds...
Part of Handling Your Feelings About Climate Change, January 2016
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Geoengineering may sound like science fiction, but there are many who believe we can — and should — be taking drastic measures to cool our planet down. Oliver Morton,...
Part of Remaking the Planet, January 2016
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Our host Greg Dalton went to the climate summit in Paris to learn what food and energy solutions were being proposed – outside of the closed door negotiations. Coal made from...
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Communities of color are most affected by pollution, yet they’ve been overlooked by the green movement. How can we ensure environmental justice for all? Manuel Pastor,...
Part of Climate Equity, February 2016
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Cigarette makers downplayed the dangers of smoking for decades with distracting science. How close is the link between tobacco denial and climate denial? Lowell Bergman,...
Part of Cigarettes & Tailpipes: Tales of Two Industries , February 2016
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Coffee, beer and chocolate – oh my! How is global warming affecting our beloved guilty pleasures? Can growers and producers adapt to a changing climate? Ken Grossman, Co-...
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Today’s electric cars are more fun to drive than ever. And for many, they’re more affordable too. Will California reach its goal of a million EVs by 2020? Sherry Boschert, Co...
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A two-part conversation about the present and future of atomic power in a hot and crowded world. David R. Baker, Energy Reporter, San Francisco ChronicleCaroline Cochran, Co-...
Part of Old Nukes, New Nukes, March 2016

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