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The historic climate summit in Paris is behind us. And nations around the world are turning their attention to the lofty promises made. Yet scientists and politicians agree...
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Many Californians are wondering if El Niño has saved the Golden State from its historic drought. The snowpack in Sierra Nevada is more robust, reservoirs in Northern...
Part of After El Niño: Now What?, April 2016
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Global warming is hitting closer to home than we think, from a neighborhood child gasping with asthma to a parent collapsing from heatstroke. These realities led U.S. Surgeon...
Part of The Health Hazards of One Degree, April 2016
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In the quest for a carbon-neutral lifestyle, it can be difficult to sort out which activities have the greatest negative impact on our climate, from driving a car to eating...
Part of Cowspiracy: Revelation or Cheap Trick? , April 2016
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You know that cartoon where the guy has a light bulb over his head and then “bing” it goes on? Well, America is having a collective “light bulb” moment these days. And it’s...
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The global effects of climate disruption will have local impacts on the Bay Area. The political leaders of this region are already planning for a future with a new normal....
Part of Liccardo, Schaaf & Ting vs. Global Warming, April 2016
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We discuss how doctors, teachers and parents are framing climate change as a children’s issue. The American Academy of Pediatrics issued a statement saying children’s health...
Part of Earth Day with Climate One: Learning Green, April 2016
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We will discuss the hot prospects for building a climate-conscious career. New jobs and avenues for advancement are being created as companies strive to grow cleaner and...
Part of Earth Day with Climate One: Earning Green , April 2016
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Today, we’re going to extreme ends of climate change debate... and action. While most of us are still comfortable sitting in the center – perhaps accepting the science, but...
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While federal experts warn that it will cost $44 trillion to rid the U.S. economy of carbon, Citibank counters that failing to act on climate disruption could result in over...
Part of Lord Nicholas Stern and Steve Westly on the Economics of Dropping Fossil Fuels, May 2016
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The Paris climate agreement was signed by 196 countries and endorsed by corporate America. But will political rancor sink the ship of progress? Andy Karsner, Managing Partner...
Part of Tom Steyer & Andy Karsner: Making Good on the Promise of Paris , June 2016
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The Pacific states and British Columbia have all pledged to reduce carbon emissions. Can they help accelerate the global transition to a green economy? Kate Brown, Governor,...
Part of Can the Pacific Coast Lead the Transition to a Clean Economy?, June 2016
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When talking about the natural world, we often refer to the beauty that we see around us. But what do we smell, touch, taste – and most importantly hear? Today we’ll take a...
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Our planet’s oceans drive our weather and generate much of our oxygen -- and they’re being severely impacted by climate change. What can be done about it? Liz Taylor,...
Part of Sea Heroes: Extreme Edition, May 2016
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In November California voters have the chance to legalize marijuana. Could bringing one of our biggest industries out of the shadows help our environment? Scott Greacen,...
Part of Getting Baked: Can Legalizing Marijuana Help Fight Climate Change?, June 2016
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Global warming is hitting closer to home than we think, from a neighborhood child gasping with asthma to a parent collapsing from heatstroke. These realities led U.S. Surgeon...
Part of The Health Hazards of One Degree, April 2016
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In the quest for a carbon-neutral lifestyle, it can be difficult to sort out which activities have the greatest negative impact on our climate, from driving a car to eating...
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As the dry spell continues, studies show that California could be facing a megadrought lasting decades. How do we adjust to the “new normal” in our climate? Noah Diffenbaugh...
Part of Is California Entering A Megadrought?, July 2016
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America’s National Parks are struggling to find a balance between the needs of a growing population and the desire to preserve our natural heritage. John Hart, Author, An...
Part of Redefining National Parks and Family Farms in a Changing Climate, July 2016
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Today’s smart homes can be managed from your phone; banking can be done with the swipe of an app. But how vulnerable are we to hackers and cyberterrorism? General Keith...
Part of Can the Internet of Things Be Green and Safe?, July 2016

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