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Director, UC Davis Center for Watershed Sciences

Jay Lund notes that agricultural water needs are vastly greater than urban water needs. As Director of the Center for Watershed Sciences at UC Davis, Lund's research interest...
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Former Deputy Secretary and Chief Operating Officer, Department of the Interior

David Hayes believes that the key to conserving water in the Bay Delta is a broader state plan. In his former position as Deputy Secretary and Chief Operating Officer of the...
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Reporter, LA Times

Bettina Boxall thinks that southern California is leaps and bounds ahead of northern California when it comes to regional self-sufficiency. As a Reporter for the Los Angeles...
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Chief Policy Advisor on Energy and Environment, Senate pro Tem

Kip Lipper believes that having better information about aquifer activity will allow us to improve our system. As Chief Policy Advisor on Energy and Environment for Senate...
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Former U.S. Secretary of State

George Shultz has seen that it's hard to keep a movement going once the crisis has passed. In his former position as the United States Secretary of State, Shultz has had a...
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April 2nd, 2013
The federal government has started auctioning off leases on public lands with fracking access to the highly anticipated Monterey Shale oil reserves in California. Energy...
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Penn State Meteorology Professor and Author Michael E. Mann tells the story of waking up to find his email has been hacked by the fossil fuel industry.  "Various emails of...
Part of Climate Denial, Education, and Politics, December 2014
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"What does it feel like to be a U.S. climate scientist in the 21st century?  Well it feels a little scary at times," says Ben Santer, climate scientist at Lawrence Livermore...
Part of Climate Denial, Education, and Politics, December 2014
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"What amazes me is as we build our system we look up more and more of the planet and more frequent timescales, right?" says Alex Bakir, Director of Business Development at...
Part of Dr. Jane Lubchenco: The 2014 Stephen Schneider Award for Outstanding Climate Science Communication, December 2014
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"This one member of Congress looked at me and he said, 'Doctor, I don't need your weather satellites, I have the Weather Channel,'" says Jane Lubchenco, former administrator...
Part of Dr. Jane Lubchenco: The 2014 Stephen Schneider Award for Outstanding Climate Science Communication, December 2014
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"It became very clear that the pressing issue that will affect my family, the U.K., the world over my lifetime and beyond will be climate change which led me to want to...
Part of Dr. Jane Lubchenco: The 2014 Stephen Schneider Award for Outstanding Climate Science Communication, December 2014
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"Little did I know, little did any of us know, how crazy that the weather was gonna be and looking back on those four years it was actually the most extreme four years, 2009...
Part of Dr. Jane Lubchenco: The 2014 Stephen Schneider Award for Outstanding Climate Science Communication, December 2014
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"There are religious ideologies, there are political ideologies, there are economic ideologies," says Eugenie Scott, chair at the National Center for Science Education.  "The...
Part of Climate Denial, Education, and Politics, December 2014
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Naomi Oreskes, co-author of Merchants of Doubt, discusses the commonly used phrase, "I am not a scientist."  According to Oreskes, "it’s just another way of perpetuating the...
Part of Climate Denial, Education, and Politics, December 2014
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"If you're not telling stories, you're not communicating," says Joe Romm, founding editor of Climate Progress.  Romm discusses 25 centuries of understanding effective...
Part of Climate Denial, Education, and Politics, December 2014
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U.S. Secretary of Energy discusses his opinions on the best way to get the public to utilize green energy.  "Ultimately we have to keep driving to less costly green energy.  ...
Part of US Sec. of Energy Ernest Moniz, October 2014
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"We are addressing our energy challenges with, first of all, I would say three major objectives in mind," said Ernest Moniz, U.S. Secretary of Energy.  The three objectives...
Part of US Sec. of Energy Ernest Moniz, October 2014
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David Baker, energy reporter for the San Francisco Chronicle, discusses why the Keystone Pipeline has been such a difficult decision for President Obama.  "It's so tough for...
Part of Keystone and Beyond, October 2014
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An audience member asks Brad Mattson if we are exploiting poor countries to make solar technology more affordable.  Mattson agrees with the questioner that yes, we are using...
Part of Creating Climate Wealth, September 2014
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"The changes in the oil industry are being driven by the oil industry and we’re playing catch up to figure out how we can protect the public and protect the environment,"...
Part of Oil on Rails, October 2014

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