Event
October 3rd, 2013
Climate change is impacting ecosystems worldwide and land conservation is important throughout the spectrum. Many people don’t realize grasslands are the dominant cover type...
Event
October 22nd, 2013
The snow sports industry is going through rocky times.    A two-degree Celsius increase may be hard for most people to fathom, but its effects are clear to skiers and...
Event
November 14th, 2013
On the day of the Parched California program, the news was buzzing with threats of 2013 becoming California’s driest year on record.   As soon as it starts raining, people...
Event
November 5th, 2013
Frack is a funny word with a gamut of connotations.   For the oil industry, hydraulic fracturing, or fracking, presents the opportunity for an unprecedented energy boom in...
Event
December 4th, 2013
Forests are among the most important life systems on the planet, yet they continue to be destroyed for agriculture, urban development and energy production. While many...
Event
December 11th, 2013
For the third year of the annual Stephen Schneider Award for Outstanding Climate Science, winner Lord Nicholas Stern gave an exciting talk about the economics of climate...
Event
December 10th, 2013
For the last 25 years, people have testified to Congress about the problem of human-caused global warming. Yet the narrative continues to be skewed by the media, leading to...
Event
November 7th, 2013
It was a full house at Climate One for U.S. Secretary of the Interior Sally Jewell.   From parks and energy exploration to Twinkies, horses and dogs, Jewell covered more...
Event
December 2nd, 2013
It’s been a busy year for power in California.   Following a leak in a steam tube that led to safety concerns, the troubled San Onofre nuclear power plant in Southern...
Event
November 19th, 2013
U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack and U.S. Trade Representative Michael Froman spoke about all aspects of farming and commerce in America and around the world.   ...
Event
January 10th, 2014
It was a sunny, dry day in the middle of winter when two state senators and a newspaper reporter debated the future of water in California.   Following 2013, the state’s...
Event
January 30th, 2014
Who should take responsibility for reducing the amount of plastic debris that litters our cities, waterways and oceans? While many consumers have given up their plastic...
Event
February 7th, 2014
What are the issues that link the Latino community to the environmental movement? For many, it comes down to la familia. Latinos, who make up nearly 40 percent of California’...
Event
February 11th, 2014
Swelling sea levels used to be a concern associated with future generations and faraway lands. Then Superstorm Sandy poured the Atlantic Ocean into the New York subway. Here...
Event
March 6th, 2014
In a perfect world, prizes wouldn’t be given for environmental activism. So says the President of the Goldman Environmental Prize himself, John Goldman. And he seems...
Event
February 25th, 2014
“Cabbages and Condoms” – is it a successful restaurant in Thailand, or a family planning slogan? If you ask Malcolm Potts, it’s both. Potts, a professor of family planning...
Event
March 11th, 2014
From Egyptian irrigation systems to Roman aqueducts to the dikes and canals of The Netherlands, the world’s civilizations have long found innovative ways to harness and...
Event
February 19th, 2014
The United Nations Climate Change Conference in Warsaw, Poland last year achieved modest progress toward an international agreement on reducing carbon pollution. In 2015,...
Event
May 1st, 2014
  What’s really preventing us from enacting environmental change? Blame our brains, says Daniel Goleman, author of Ecological Intelligence. As he explains it, “The problem...
Event
April 1st, 2014
America is in the midst of a fracking boom. Most new oil and gas wells in this country are drilled using hydraulic fracturing, the injection of a cocktail of water and...

Pages