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Author, Jordan Fisher Smith recently joined Climate One and shared his thoughts on what each of us can do to help protect our national treasures.
Part of Redefining National Parks and Family Farms in a Changing Climate, July 2016
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Former Director of the NSA, General Keith Alexander stops by Climate One and shares his concerns for the future of the world and possible solutions. "These are life ending...
Part of Can the Internet of Things Be Green and Safe?, July 2016
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Joining Climate One: General Keith Alexander, Former Director of the NSA Alfred Berkeley, Former Director, World Economic Forum USA and David Mount Partner, Kleiner Perkins...
Part of Can the Internet of Things Be Green and Safe?, July 2016
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David Mount, Partner at Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers stopped by Climate One and explained his vision of a clean and safe grid.
Part of Can the Internet of Things Be Green and Safe?, July 2016
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David Mount, Partner at Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers stopped by Climate One and explained his vision of a clean and safe grid.
Part of Can the Internet of Things Be Green and Safe?, July 2016
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The San Francisco Chronicle's David R. Baker on the importance of Diablo Canyon for California's clean energy future.
Part of Will Closing Diablo Canyon Increase Carbon Pollution?, August 2016
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John Geesman discusses how the new energy landscape may have left PG&E without a choice for the future of Diablo Canyon.
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Former Commissioner of the California Public Utilities Commission Dian Grueneich on California's unique ability to plan for the future of Diablo Canyon.
Part of Will Closing Diablo Canyon Increase Carbon Pollution?, August 2016
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Michael Shellenberger, President of Environmental Progress, joins Climate One to explain why closing Diablo Canyon will lead to an increase in carbon pollution.
Part of Will Closing Diablo Canyon Increase Carbon Pollution?, August 2016
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William V. Manheim, the Lead Counsel for Energy Supply at PG&E shares what's behind the company's decision to decommission the Diablo Canyon Nuclear Power Plant.
Part of Will Closing Diablo Canyon Increase Carbon Pollution?, August 2016
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The August 2016 episode of Climate One covering climate politics and economics features the economist Lord Nicolas Stern, environmentalist Tom Steyer, Google X's Andy Karsner...
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Mark Ferron, the former Commissioner of California's Public Utilities Commission joins Climate One and talks about disruptive energy trends and the need for more pilot...
Part of Can California Get to 100-percent Clean Power?, August 2016
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Steve Malnight, the Senior Vice President of Regulatory Affairs at PG&E, stopped by Climate One and shared his hist thoughts on PG&E's desire to transition towards a...
Part of Can California Get to 100-percent Clean Power?, August 2016
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Joining Climate One: Mark Jacobson, Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Stanford University Steve Malnight, Senior Vice President of Regulatory Affairs, PG&...
Part of Can California Get to 100-percent Clean Power?, August 2016
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On August 23, 2016 Climate One released a Twitter poll asking if California already has the technology needed to get to 100% clean power. Experts from the energy industry...
Part of Can California Get to 100-percent Clean Power?, August 2016
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Mark Jacobson, professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering at Stanford University, leads a team that says California and other states can get to 100 percent renewable...
Part of Can California Get to 100-percent Clean Power?, August 2016
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Real estate developer Charles Long responds to an audience question on the future for San Francisco in the midst of rising seas.
Part of Rising Seas: Is San Francisco Ready?, September 2016
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Hurricane Sandy was a wake up call for the East Coast of the United States. San Francisco too is already feeling the impacts of sea level. Margie O’Driscoll, a competition...
Part of Rising Seas: Is San Francisco Ready?, September 2016
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Joining Climate One: Lauren Sommer, Science and Environment Reporter at KQED J.K. Dineen, Reporter at The San Francisco Chronicle Michael Stoll, Executive Director at San...
Part of Rising Seas: Is San Francisco Ready?, September 2016
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Ten years ago California governor Arnold Schwarzenegger signed the most important piece of climate legislation in the world. The law, AB 32, created a market for the right to...
Part of Taking the Temperature of California’s Climate Law, September 2016

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