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John Englander, the author of High Tide on Main Street, explains that it is not just the wealthy with coastal front property. Many poor people are directly at risk from...
Part of High Tide on Main Street, November 2017
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Stanton Glantz, director at the University of California San Francisco's Center for Tobacco Control Research and Education, details why the Koch brothers and tobacco...
Part of Football, Tobacco & Oil: Narratives of Deceit , November 2017
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Adrienne Alford from the Union of Concerned Scientists breaks down her organization's, "playbook of deception" which is used to show how "business interests deceive,...
Part of Football, Tobacco & Oil: Narratives of Deceit , November 2017
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Pulitzer Prize-winning author Steve Fainaru talks about how the death of former Pittsburgh Steelers center, Mike Webster, shed light on the CTE and concussion risks...
Part of Football, Tobacco & Oil: Narratives of Deceit , November 2017
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On today’s program, Climate One host, Greg Dalton returns to where it all began 10 years ago; to the Arctic. Join Greg as he talks with politicians, students, scientists and...
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California Academy of Sciences Executive Director, Jon Foley, explains why he doesn't think Bill Nye, Al Gore or Leonardo DiCaprio are the best messengers on getting the word...
Part of Dr. Michael Mann: The 2017 Stephen H. Schneider Award for Outstanding Climate Science Communication, January 2018
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2017 Stephen H. Schneider Award-winner, Dr. Michael Mann, shares what gives him hope for the future in the fight against climate disruption.
Part of Dr. Michael Mann: The 2017 Stephen H. Schneider Award for Outstanding Climate Science Communication, January 2018
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Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner says to congress, "Don't just provide us enough funding to put us back to where we were prior to Harvey. What we're needing now is funding to...
Part of Weathering the Storm: Mayors of Houston, Miami and Columbia, February 2018
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Mayor Francis Suarez explains why he mentioned climate change in his acceptance speech, and what the city of Miami, Florida is doing in order to deal with climate-related...
Part of Weathering the Storm: Mayors of Houston, Miami and Columbia, February 2018
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Mayor of Columbia, South Carolina, Steve Benjamin, talks about the construction of high-rises in his city and how he speaks with his constituents about the benefits of urban...
Part of Weathering the Storm: Mayors of Houston, Miami and Columbia, February 2018
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Andreas Klugescheid, the Head of Steering Government, External Affairs and Sustainability Communications at the Munich-based Headquarters of BMW Group admits, "We are...
Part of Power Shift: The End of Gasoline Cars? , February 2018
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Climate One Host Greg Dalton hosts the lighting round during the “Power Shift: The End of Gasoline Cars?" program.
Part of Power Shift: The End of Gasoline Cars? , February 2018
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Catherine Reheis-Boyd, President of the Western States Petroleum Association, explains why the oil industry is on board with a shared energy future and how it's involved in...
Part of Power Shift: The End of Gasoline Cars? , February 2018
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Caroline Choi, the Senior Vice President of Regulatory Affairs for Southern California Edison, says SCE does not see electric vehicles as a problem, but rather a benefit.
Part of Power Shift: The End of Gasoline Cars? , February 2018
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Generate Capital co-founder and CEO, Scott Jacobs, explains why consumers won't feel the impact of President Trump's solar tariffs until 2020.
Part of Cloudy Days for Solar?, February 2018
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Sunrun CEO Lynn Jurich details the things consumers should look for when purchasing solar to avoid getting scammed.
Part of Cloudy Days for Solar?, February 2018
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Severin Borenstein, E.T. Grether Professor of the Haas School of Business at UC Berkeley, explains why rooftop solar is a good economic decision for California residents but...
Part of Cloudy Days for Solar?, February 2018
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Sunrun CEO Lynn Jurich says, "I keep going back to the fact that the cost to produce electricity is down 50%, yet it is 30% more costly...the system is broken, and the system...
Part of Cloudy Days for Solar?, February 2018
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Tea Party Patriots co-founder, Debbie Dooley, explains why she feels renewable energy shouldn’t be a partisan issue.
Part of Dooley and Pelosi: Bridging Trump’s Divide, March 2018
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Tea Party Patriots co-founder, Debbie Dooley champions clean energy and disagrees with President Trump on climate issues.
Part of Dooley and Pelosi: Bridging Trump’s Divide, March 2018

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