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Trevor Houser lays out the four main actions he would take to reduce global CO2 emissions and end climate change.
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"We're conducting a once-in-a-lifetime global experiment for which we have no previous examples to look back on," says Noah Diffenbaugh, Professor at Stanford University.
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Dr. Katharine Hayhoe describes evangelicals as "those who take the Bible's teachings seriously." Those teachings include caring for those who are less fortunate and for our...
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Katharine Hayhoe, Texas Tech Professor and recipient of the 2018 Stephen H. Schneider Award for Outstanding Climate Science Communication, says that connecting shared values...
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"It's absolutely possible to put together a portfolio of reliable, zero-carbon energy resources, and to do so in many different ways, " argues Sonia Aggarwal, Vice President...
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Leaders in decarbonization include Sweden, Ontario and France, says Staffan Qvist, co-author of A Bright Future: How Some Countries are Solving Climate Change. Could those...
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Joshua Goldstein, Professor of International Relations and co-author of the book How Some Countries are Solving Climate Change, talks about the path to decarbonization - and...
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Intelligence is not a predictor of how we'll feel about climate change, says Stephen H. Schneider Award recipient Katharine Hayhoe. "The single most important predictor is...
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Atmospheric scientist Katharine Hayhoe recalls research with a fellow scientist that revealed the Arctic holds the most potential for dangerous climate feedback - but not for...
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For the last eight years, Climate One has partnered with youth travel organizations to support students adventuring to the top of the world. Learn about the 2018 Arctic...
Part of Naturally Wired: Getting Outside in the Digital Age, March 2019
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Massive carbon reduction could be coming in the years ahead, says former Shell Oil President John Hofmeister - but to really make it work, we'll need a few tips from the hot...
Part of Can California Go Carbon Neutral? , January 2019
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In the absence of federal leadership, partnerships between states, regions, and utilities are forming to address the need for a clean energy grid and clean air, says Mary...
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The companies that will be part of California's carbon neutral future are those who make investments and contribute toward solutions today, says Mary Nichols, Chair of the...
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John Hofmeister describes the industry backing that went into 2010's failed cap-and-trade bill, also known as Waxman-Markey, and describes why a price on carbon is critical...
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We are increasingly dismissive of those who don't agree with us, says Hewlett Foundation President Larry Kramer. Dismissing someone based on political orientation, gender, or...
Part of Donor Power: The Influence of Climate Philanthropy, February 2019
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Autodesk Foundation Executive Director Joe Speicher explains how in many cases, business value and societal benefit can be aligned.
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Sierra Club Foundation Executive Director Dan Chu explains how foundations can play a role in promoting ownership and autonomy in communities in need.
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"[Foundations] face either a great opportunity or a great danger of super-fueling gentrification within certain 'opportunity zones' - areas where we can have the most impact...
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There is more ground-up momentum and support for clean energy than there ever has been, says Sarah Shanley Hope - built on decades of economic development, practice, and...
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Sarah Hope Shanley, Executive Director of the Solutions Project, shares her top business school lessons to apply to climate philanthropy: Diverse teams always perform better...
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