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We've seen what pressure from consuming countries (in the form of boycotting paper products) can do in terms of almost stopping deforestation in its tracks, says Forest...
Part of Scorched Earth: Culture and Climate Under Siege , September 2019
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Measurement reporting verification (MRV) systems use both satellite and ground data to monitor changes in forest cover, explains Tara O'Shea, Planet director of forest...
Part of Scorched Earth: Culture and Climate Under Siege , September 2019
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Over 9,000 fires were set this year are on indigenous lands in the Brazilian Amazon, says Paul Paz y Miño of Amazon Watch. Many of them a direct attack on indigenous...
Part of Scorched Earth: Culture and Climate Under Siege , September 2019
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"We're at this stage because we've treated the earth like a resource to be exploited for profit," argues Paul Paz y Miño, associate director of Amazon Watch. Fires in the...
Part of Scorched Earth: Culture and Climate Under Siege , September 2019
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Cabernet Sauvignon, the lifeblood of Napa County, may be chased out by warm temperatures over the coming decades. One solution? Experimenting with new growing techniques and...
Part of Libation Migration: Beer, Wine and Climate Change, October 2019
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Regenerative agriculture could help turn one of beer's biggest impacts -- its agriculture footprint -- into a solution, says New Belgium Brewing director of social &...
Part of Libation Migration: Beer, Wine and Climate Change, October 2019
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As wildfires in northern California increase mid-growing season, grapes can sometimes emerge tasting like an ashtray, says San Francisco Chronicle wine critic Esther Mobley.
Part of Libation Migration: Beer, Wine and Climate Change, October 2019
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Distributing heavy bottles of wine around the world using diesel makes up 40-45% of the wine industry's greenhouse gas emissions, says Napa winemaker Dan Petroski.
Part of Libation Migration: Beer, Wine and Climate Change, October 2019
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Former CEO of British Petroleum John Browne argues that BP took many steps to "change mindsets" to become more renewable energy-focused -- and that they were one of the first...
Part of John Browne: Engineering the Future, October 2019
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We are not on track to meet deadlines set out by the latest climate science, confirms former BP CEO John Browne. But accelerating conservation by replacing old technologies...
Part of John Browne: Engineering the Future, October 2019
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A learning mindset is key to making change in racism and classism, says Adrianna Quintero, director of diversity, equity, and inclusion at the Energy Foundation. Especially...
Part of Dr. Robert Bullard: The 2019 Stephen H. Schneider Award for Outstanding Climate Science Communication , December 2019
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Dr. Robert Bullard, Winner of the 2019 Stephen Schneider Award for Outstanding Climate Science Communication, explains the disconnect between civil rights groups and...
Part of Dr. Robert Bullard: The 2019 Stephen H. Schneider Award for Outstanding Climate Science Communication , December 2019
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"I think we have to be multi-lingual [in communicating climate] when it comes to different disciplines," says Robert Bullard, winner of Climate One's ninth annual Stephen...
Part of Dr. Robert Bullard: The 2019 Stephen H. Schneider Award for Outstanding Climate Science Communication , December 2019
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Clean energy jobs, benefits, and a pathway forward for those who have been historically marginalized are all part of a clean and just transition, says California State...
Part of What Is a Just Transition? , January 2020
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Programs like cap and trade can have mixed results for the low-income communities that oil refineries are typically located in, says Communities for a Better Environment...
Part of What Is a Just Transition? , January 2020
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Climate justice expert and Oakland resident Vien Truong describes how her kids are projected to live 12 years less because of the neighborhood where they grew up. What are...
Part of What Is a Just Transition? , January 2020
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"We used to think our military was primarily for the away game," says Sherri Goodman, senior fellow, at Washington DC's Wilson Center. Now they are back up for first...
Part of Building a Resilient Tomorrow, January 2020
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Even if people don't choose to retreat from areas prone to increased flooding, sea level rise, fires, and more, it's desirable to think about a plan to ensure people are safe...
Part of Building a Resilient Tomorrow, January 2020
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We judge risks based off our own experiences and those of people close to us, explains Alice Hill, senior fellow for Climate Change Policy at the Council on Foreign Relations...
Part of Building a Resilient Tomorrow, January 2020
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"We're one of the financial stabilizers of the economy, because when we have catastrophes, that's what we're preparing people for," says Janet Ruiz, Strategic Communications...
Part of Building a Resilient Tomorrow, January 2020

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