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October 18th, 2013
Andy Revkin and Paul Hawken brought refreshing perspectives to the global warming debate at Climate One. Reflecting on NASA scientist James Hansen’s clarion call to Congress...
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November 20th, 2014
Coffee, beer and chocolate – while it would be a stretch to call them necessities, many Americans refuse to live without them. But how is global warming affecting the...
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January 14th, 2015
When you turn on your iPad, answer your iPhone or upload music to the iCloud, chances are you’re not thinking about your carbon footprint.  But Apple is.  Every time you...
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December 16th, 2014
To quote Charles Dudley Warner, “Everyone talks about the weather, but nobody does anything about it.”  Dr. Jane Lubchenco was tasked with just that when President Obama...
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November 15th, 2013
In 1968, Graham Nash left his native England and flew to Los Angeles to visit his enchanting, brilliant girlfriend, Joni Mitchell. With one jet-lagged impromptu jam session...
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May 2nd, 2013
Moving the global economy away from fossil fuels is the biggest undertaking in human history. The urgency and scale of that imperative has compelled journalists to cross the...
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March 22nd, 2013
China's urbanization is creating new cities at a mind-boggling rate. Gleaming office towers are rising all over the country and massive amounts of land are being converted to...
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March 18th, 2013
2012 was an astounding year of weather records. It was the hottest year ever in the United States. A searing drought parched more than half of the country, and a freak...
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March 5th, 2013
Carpooling of old has morphed into real-time ride sharing with total strangers and car sharing among consumers looking to escape the burdens of car ownership. Emerging...
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December 4th, 2012
Michael Mann, Katharine Hayhoe, and Bill Anderegg tackled the political nature of climate science and their experiences as ‘climate warriors.’ Michael Mann warned the crowd ...
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September 7th, 2012
Buildings account for about a third of the energy consumed in the US as well as a third of the country’s carbon pollution. For numerous reasons, including environmental,...
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January 12th, 2015
Gas prices are plummeting as fracking has unleashed a gusher of American oil.  California’s cap and trade program is increasing the bottom line for petroleum producers....
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January 29th, 2015
“Hamburgers in a hot world,” is how host Greg Dalton summarized a recent Climate One discussion on cattle and their carbon hoofprint.  The negative effects of the meat...
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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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March 3rd, 2015
As the web moves to the cloud, more and more of us are asking what powers the data centers that fuel our browsing.  How much carbon is being consumed when you stream from...
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February 27th, 2015
For the past few years, skyrocketing oil prices have had Americans on a gasoline diet. We’re walking more, using public transportation, opting for weekend “stay-cations,”...
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February 11th, 2015
Novelists and filmmakers have been mining the rich world of science for generations. Throughout the last century, science fiction has turned to real-world threats, such as...
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December 16th, 2014
Do you believe in climate denial? To hear climate scientists tell it, there is a war being waged on science by government opponents and special interests, designed to fuel...
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March 3rd, 2015
If anybody has seen the big picture when it comes to climate, it’s Kathryn Sullivan.  As a former NASA astronaut and the first woman to walk in space, she’s gotten more than...
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January 29th, 2015
The American Dream may no longer mean a sprawling house in the suburbs, with heated pool, an endless lawn and two SUVs in the driveway.  But that doesn’t mean the dream of...

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