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Oliver Morton, Briefings Editor of The Economist, discusses with Climate One the idea of removing carbon dioxide from the atmosphere through plankton blooms in oceans.
Part of Remaking the Planet, January 2016
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Ken Caldeira, Climate Scientist, Carnegie Institution for Science of the Department of Global Ecology at Stanford University, answers a Climate One audience member's question...
Part of Remaking the Planet, January 2016
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Greg Dalton asks Ken Caldeira, Climate Scientist at Carnegie Institution for Science of Stanford University, and Author Kim Stanley Robinson what geoengineering is.
Part of Remaking the Planet, January 2016
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"It’s striking that I think when people think about who cares about climate change what they imagine is a sort of thin, a white hipster and spandex fresh off their bicycle...
Part of Climate Equity, February 2016
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Climate One discusses climate vulnerabilities with Vien Truong, National Director for Green for All. "Not only are we individually more vulnerable, our entire communities are...
Part of Climate Equity, February 2016
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Miya Yoshitani, Executive Director of the Asian Pacific Environmental Network, discusses how people can directly affect climate change through their consumer buying power. "...
Part of Climate Equity, February 2016
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Miya Yoshitani, Executive Director of the Asian Pacific Environmental Network, discusses coal with Climate One. "It’s madness that we’re even considering [coal] as a solution...
Part of Climate Equity, February 2016
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Author Sherry Boschert and Eileen Tutt, Executive Director of the California Electric Transportation Coalition, discuss how much people can save with plug-on cars. "[In 2006...
Part of Today's EV Market, February 2016
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In this episode, Climate One discusses giving Bay Area consumers a choice of where they buy their energy with Matthew Freedman, Staff Attorney, The Utility Reform Network;...
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On Climate One today Greg Dalton talks energy and reducing one's carbon footprint with scientific advisor Rajendra Pachauri and Apple's Vice President of Environmental...
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"We all know that how quickly we can fill a tank with a liquid," says Charlie Vogelheim, Principal of Vogelheim Ventures, at Climate One. "There's a about liquids that they...
Part of Today's EV Market, February 2016
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Climate One discusses the melting Arctic, drilling for oil in the Arctic and Amazon, and the state of our oceans with Sylvia Earle. Arctic Melting and Rising Drilling in the...
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Climate One's January TV show featuring segments from our How We Roll, Power Drive, and Atmosphere of Hope programs. How We Roll Power Drive Atmosphere of Hope
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Lowell Bergman, Investigative Journalist at UC Berkeley, Stanton Glantz, Director of the Center for Tobacco Control Research and Education at UCSF, Kenneth Kimmell, President...
Part of Cigarettes & Tailpipes: Tales of Two Industries , February 2016
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"It shouldn't surprise people that in the established media there is a great influence by what we call multinational corporations or other people with great wealth and power...
Part of Cigarettes & Tailpipes: Tales of Two Industries , February 2016
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In this episode, Climate One discusses giving Bay Area consumers a choice of where they buy their energy with Matthew Freedman, Staff Attorney, The Utility Reform Network;...
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On Climate One today Greg Dalton talks energy and reducing one's carbon footprint with scientific advisor Rajendra Pachauri and Apple's Vice President of Environmental...
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Jose Reyes and Caroline Cochran discuss nuclear safety in light of the Fukushima disaster.
Part of Old Nukes, New Nukes, March 2016
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Ray Rothrock, Partner Emeritus at Venrock, discusses TerraPower's move to China.
Part of Old Nukes, New Nukes, March 2016
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Climate One's discusses California's nuclear with David R. Baker, Energy Reporter, San Francisco Chronicle, Lucas Davis, Associate Professor, Haas School of Business, UC...
Part of Old Nukes, New Nukes, March 2016

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