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"When we give women equal access to the training, tools, and finances, they will grow the food that is necessary," says Ertharin Cousins, former director of the World Food...
Part of Empowering Women: The Climate Solution We Don’t Talk About , May 2020
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Climate justice is a critical lens that attempts to focus on the personal stories of the people most impacted by climate change, explains Musimbi Kanyoro, former president of...
Part of Empowering Women: The Climate Solution We Don’t Talk About , May 2020
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Women are better decision makers when they are empowered with information and access to universal health care and contraception, says Corinne Sanchez, executive director of...
Part of Empowering Women: The Climate Solution We Don’t Talk About , May 2020
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Authentic past, present, and future work is critical for garnering votes within the Black community, as is reaching out to young people and meeting them where they are, says...
Part of Real Talk: Racism and Climate, June 2020
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We will continue to have siloed conversations until we can look at the intersectionality of racial disparities, climate, COVID-19, and more -- including breaking open these...
Part of Real Talk: Racism and Climate, June 2020
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Black people have never put all their hope in Presidents, or in white people -- and any politician coming forward with a Black agenda needs to come from an authentic place,...
Part of Real Talk: Racism and Climate, June 2020
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"I think there are a lot of people who have an Obama hangover," says Tiffany Cross, author of Say It Louder! Black Voters, White Narratives, and Saving Our Democracy. "...
Part of The 2020 Election with Tiffany Cross, Rick Wilson and Rich Thau, June 2020
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"The frustration on the progressive side is so enormous... and [Republicans] don't want to go back to the old George H. W. Bush," explains Republican political strategist...
Part of The 2020 Election with Tiffany Cross, Rick Wilson and Rich Thau, June 2020
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Rich Thau is president and co-founder of Engagious, which studies swing voter behavior in the U.S. Most swing voters are often serial presidential monogamists, classic low-...
Part of The 2020 Election with Tiffany Cross, Rick Wilson and Rich Thau, June 2020
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Wealthy landowners in Wyoming funnel philanthropy toward environmental organizations, often neglecting social service organizations that support the people working to make...
Part of Billionaire Wilderness, July 2020
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"Every square inch of the land on this continent was indigenous territory... [national parks] were not empty spaces that needed to be preserved," says Dina Gilio-Whitaker,...
Part of Billionaire Wilderness, July 2020
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Nature access offers tangible health benefits for everyone, but especially for lower-income communities, says Diane Regas, president and chief executive officer at The Trust...
Part of Billionaire Wilderness, July 2020
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"Those who have been...most supported by the status quo probably are probably not going to have the boldest ideas for how to change it," says Katharine Wilkinson, vice...
Part of The Future Earth: Eric Holthaus and Katharine Wilkinson, July 2020
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Eric Holthaus and Katharine Wilkinson tackle true or false questions with Climate One Founder and Host Greg Dalton.
Part of The Future Earth: Eric Holthaus and Katharine Wilkinson, July 2020
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"'Courage' is understanding that it's hard work that we're doing, that we're up against odds... and that odds are not good that we'll do what we need to do [to save the...
Part of The Future Earth: Eric Holthaus and Katharine Wilkinson, July 2020
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There is a lot going on in the food space in terms of "true cost accounting," says Sophie Egan, author of How to Be a Conscious Eater: Making Food Choices That Are Good for...
Part of Billion Dollar Burger, July 2020
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"The potential upsides to cell cultured meat are so enormous," says Chase Purdy, author of Billion Dollar Burger: Inside Big Tech's Race for the Future of Food. But...
Part of Billion Dollar Burger, July 2020
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Using empirical data to complement numerical data can give us a more nuanced understanding of climate risk, says Julia Kumari Drapkin, CEO and founder of ISeeChange.
Part of Flooding in America’s Heartland, July 2020
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Experts Julia Kumari Drapkin, CEO and founder of ISeeChange, Ed Kearns, chief data officer at the First Street Foundation, and Martha Shulski, Nebraska state climatologist...
Part of Flooding in America’s Heartland, July 2020
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You can't feel incremental climate change as immediately as you can feel an increase in hot and cold days, says Martha Shulski, director of the Nebraska State Climate Office...
Part of Flooding in America’s Heartland, July 2020

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