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CEO and Founder of Finless Foods, Mike Seldes, discusses the impact that can be made by products that appeal to luxury markets, stressing that the wealthiest 10% of the world...
Part of The New Surf and Turf, July 2018
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Mike Selden explains that his company, Finless Foods, and Pat Brown's Impossible Foods have one big thing in common. Their strategies aren't the same, but they both agree...
Part of The New Surf and Turf, July 2018
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Impossible Foods founder and CEO Pat Brown says we have to give up on telling people to change their diets. Instead, he set out to study meat "as if it were a disease" and...
Part of The New Surf and Turf, July 2018
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Host Greg Dalton asks Pat Brown how Impossible Foods is moving away from the luxury market toward becoming an affordable beef alternative. Pat Brown says with confidence that...
Part of The New Surf and Turf, July 2018
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Jason Mark addresses the "solo white guy in the wilderness" narrative, saying "a lot of the folks in the front country are people of color." He says everyone brings their own...
Part of California Greenin': Shaping America’s Environment, July 2018
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Huey Johnson says we must continue to work to protect land that has already been "saved" by conservation efforts.
Part of California Greenin': Shaping America’s Environment, July 2018
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Jason Mark of Sierra Magazine explains that we can't ignore climate risks where we live. Climate risk concealed by insurance companies and real estate agents will come to the...
Part of California Greenin': Shaping America’s Environment, July 2018
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Host Greg Dalton asks Huey Johnson about the gentrification that can come from improvements in public land and parks. Huey responds, "parks enhance the quality of life for...
Part of California Greenin': Shaping America’s Environment, July 2018
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Host Greg Dalton asks Resource Renewal Institute Chair Huey Johnson, "Are you hopeful?" His response is that we've made progress, but still have a ways to go. One of the...
Part of California Greenin': Shaping America’s Environment, July 2018
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David Vogel explains how women played an essential role in the establishment of the Bay Area Development Authority in the United States.
Part of California Greenin': Shaping America’s Environment, July 2018
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Author David Vogel explains how California reached the understanding that cars were a major source of air pollution. In the 60's, he notes, California enacted the country's...
Part of California Greenin': Shaping America’s Environment, July 2018
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David Vogel emphasizes the role that the support of businesses has played in California's environmental leadership. Railways, real estate industries and tourism developers...
Part of California Greenin': Shaping America’s Environment, July 2018
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Senator Scott Wiener says the environmental movement is changing. It's not just about clean energy anymore; housing and housing density must be part of the conversation.
Part of Climate Gentrification , August 2018
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ELACC's Isela Gracian tells Climate One that on a governmental, economic and personal level, we need to rethink land and property ownership as not just a way to generate...
Part of Climate Gentrification , August 2018
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How high? How fast? Larry Goldzband of the Bay Area Conservation and Development Commission says we're planning for 4-7 feet of sea level rise by the end of the century,...
Part of Permanently Temporary: Living With Rising Seas, August 2018
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Nahal Ghoghaie of The Environmental Justice Coalition for Water tells Climate One about the communities facing disproportionate environmental burdens. Ghoghaie highlights the...
Part of Permanently Temporary: Living With Rising Seas, August 2018
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Nahal Ghoghaie of the Environmental Justice Coalition for Water explains how communities acting as stewards of the land they are on can contribute valuable and...
Part of Permanently Temporary: Living With Rising Seas, August 2018
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Author William Vollmann talks to Climate One about the way communities value and honor sacrifice.
Part of Carbon Captives: The Human Experience, August 2018
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Green For All's National Director, Michelle Romero, discusses a green economy that isn't just about cutting carbon pollution, but also about building strong, sustainable...
Part of Carbon Captives: The Human Experience, August 2018
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William Vollmann tells Climate One about the impacts that the coal industry has had on the towns and communities that have supported it.
Part of Carbon Captives: The Human Experience, August 2018

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