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Warmer oceans and increasing temperatures have some momentum "baked in", explains Stanford University's Dr. Katharine Mach, which will persist for decades and centuries even...
Part of If Global Warming Exists, Why is it So Cold Outside? , February 2019
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National Center for Science Education Executive Director Ann Reid explains the importance of modeling how teachers can about climate change in ways that don't ignite anger...
Part of If Global Warming Exists, Why is it So Cold Outside? , February 2019
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Humans aren't great at dealing with scale or time, says Ann Reid, Executive Director of the National Center for Science Education. We need concrete evidence and tangible...
Part of If Global Warming Exists, Why is it So Cold Outside? , February 2019
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When talking about reducing screen time, don't just tell your kids what NOT to do, says Dr. Nooshin Razani, pediatrician and founder/director of the Center for Nature &...
Part of Naturally Wired: Getting Outside in the Digital Age, March 2019
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Dr. Rebecca Johnson, co-director of Citizen Science at the California Academy of Sciences, describes an innovative platform that merges nature with technology. The...
Part of Naturally Wired: Getting Outside in the Digital Age, March 2019
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Like many commodities in today's world, nature is inequitably distributed, says Dr. Nooshin Razani, pediatrician and founder/director of the Center for Nature & Health at...
Part of Naturally Wired: Getting Outside in the Digital Age, March 2019
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Today's children are the most sedentary generation, with a life expectancy even lower than their parents, says San Francisco Recreation and Parks Manager Phil Ginsburg. While...
Part of Naturally Wired: Getting Outside in the Digital Age, March 2019
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Some level of paranoia is justified in an organization like Tesla, which doesn't exactly operate in a stable environment, says Hamish McKenzie, author of "Insane Mode: Tesla'...
Part of Insane Mode: Tesla’s Wild Ride , March 2019
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Tesla can sometimes spin their wheels only to learn the same lessons that auto industry stalwarts learned years ago, argues CNBC tech reporter Lora Kolodny.
Part of Insane Mode: Tesla’s Wild Ride , March 2019
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CNBC tech reporter Lora Kolodny discusses how some investors see the EV market going nowhere but up -- while others see mounting legal woes and increasing small claims.
Part of Insane Mode: Tesla’s Wild Ride , March 2019
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Is it the elegance, the allure, the mission... or something else? Journalist Katie Fehrenbacher and author Hamish McKenzie discuss the reasons Tesla has experienced such...
Part of Insane Mode: Tesla’s Wild Ride , March 2019
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Greg asks John Holdren about what gets him really excited, and what he things will make a difference on climate change. His response? He looks to China for encouragement.
Part of Climate One at Harvard: John Holdren and Gina McCarthy , April 2019
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John Holdren, Harvard professor of environmental science and policy, believes that addressing climate change is doable, but that the Green New Deal may make it too hard if it...
Part of Climate One at Harvard: John Holdren and Gina McCarthy , April 2019
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Gina McCarthy, former EPA administrator, explains why many of Trump's efforts to thwart Obama era environmental regulations are losing in the court.
Part of Climate One at Harvard: John Holdren and Gina McCarthy , April 2019
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Gina McCarthy, director of Harvard C-Change, gives her take on the Green New Deal and comments on reactions to Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez.
Part of Climate One at Harvard: John Holdren and Gina McCarthy , April 2019
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Ratepayer money should go directly toward fire prevention, not paying for damages after fires have taken their toll, argues Mark Toney, Executive Director of the The Utility...
Part of How Climate Broke California’s Biggest Utility, April 2019
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Disabled people must have access to a reliable built environment, says climate resilience and disability rights specialist Alex Ghenis. As the climate changes, their right to...
Part of How Climate Broke California’s Biggest Utility, April 2019
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Historic drought levels, hundreds of millions of dead trees accumulating near power lines - PG&E isn't the only utility that will need to drastically reform their...
Part of How Climate Broke California’s Biggest Utility, April 2019
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"Expect a lot more blackouts", says San Francisco Chronicle Energy Reporter J.D. Morris. A forced blackout program -- selectively shutting down power lines to during times of...
Part of How Climate Broke California’s Biggest Utility, April 2019
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State utility regulators should be in PG&E's boardroom, at meetings, overseeing public decisions, and really understanding how regulations are carried out by thousands of...
Part of How Climate Broke California’s Biggest Utility, April 2019

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