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The climate conversation in Washington has changed enough that Democrats and Republicans are talking climate deals. A lot of that change can be attributed to the Green New...
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When it comes to solving climate change, where do we start? The organization Project Drawdown has published a list of top solutions for climate change – impactful actions...
Part of Drawdown: Do We Have What It Takes to Solve Climate Change? , July 2019
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The California dream, with its promise of never-ending sunshine, fertile soil and rivers running with gold, has been beckoning people west for over two hundred years. But...
Part of The Land of Dreams and Drought, July 2019
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What’s new in renewable energy? In April, 23 percent of America’s electricity came from renewables, surpassing coal for the first time. Ten states, and Puerto Rico and...
Part of Superpower: How Renewables are Transforming America’s Energy Future, August 2019
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Would you vote for the candidate who says he’ll declare climate change a national emergency on Day One of his presidency? Businessman and activist Tom Steyer says his...
Part of Tom Steyer: Power Disruptor? , August 2019
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A carbon offset is a credit – a way to offset a unit of pollution created in one place by, say, planting a tree, or otherwise sequestering carbon, somewhere else. But in the...
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From stadiums packed with fans, to food, beer, and waste – pro sports can have a big carbon footprint. But could the core values of athletics — integrity, teamwork, and...
Part of How Pro Sports Can Be a Player in Climate, August 2019
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Can we beat the traffic by taking to the skies? For more than a century, the automobile has ruled our city streets, chaining us to grid-shaped streets choked with lines of...
Part of From Wheels to Wings: Our Flying Car Future, August 2019
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This special episode is part of the My Climate Story series, published in partnership with Covering Climate Now, a global collaboration of more than 250 news outlets to...
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Climate change is upending Miami’s real estate markets, turning one of its poorest neighborhoods into some of the most desirable real estate around. It’s a phenomenon known...
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This special episode is part of the My Climate Story series, published in partnership with Covering Climate Now, a global collaboration of more than 250 news outlets to...
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Can we still find happiness in our daily lives without ignoring the dark reality of climate chaos? Author and meditation teacher Mark Coleman recalls experiencing just that...
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Eating a climate friendly diet is one of the most powerful things a person can do to cut their personal carbon footprint.  But virtuous individual action alone is not going...
Part of Jonathan Safran Foer: We Are the Weather , September 2019
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This year has been one of record wildfires. From the Amazon to the Congo to California, forests are being decimated. And along with them, the stability of our climate.  But...
Part of Scorched Earth: Culture and Climate Under Siege , September 2019
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Climate change is affecting every aspect of our lives - our environment, our health, our economy and our future. And now, it’s even creeping into our courtrooms. Climate...
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When Ridley Scott envisioned the dystopian Los Angeles of 2019 in “Blade Runner,” he probably didn’t think about how much energy would be needed to run those flying cars and...
Part of Cities for the Future: Where Life Meets Design, June 2019
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Americans 21 and older drank 26 gallons of beer and cider per person in 2018. But extreme weather due to climate change has started to disrupt the business of brewing. “Beer...
Part of Libation Migration: Beer, Wine and Climate Change, October 2019
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California has long been on the frontlines of environmental protection. These days, however, the state is also on the frontlines of a destabilized climate, careening between...
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John Browne is a renowned figure in the energy industry and author of five books. He started working for British Petroleum as a college student in 1966 and served as CEO from...
Part of John Browne: Engineering the Future, October 2019
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When more than a thousand Amazon employees walked off the job last September, it wasn’t higher wages or better benefits they were demanding.  “It was a really, really...

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