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"Money is the oxygen on which the fire that is global warming burns. If we are able to stamp out that supply of money, then that fire will begin to dwindle." - Bill McKibben
Part of Let's Talk Solutions: Global Climate Action Summit, September 2018
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Lizzie Johnson of the San Francisco Chronicle describes the difficulties families face after fires disrupt their housing, work, and daily responsibilities.
Part of The World On Fire, September 2018
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Rich Gordon of the California Forestry Association discusses how thinning dense forests contributes to forest health, leaving stronger, healthier trees to improve forest...
Part of The World On Fire, September 2018
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Rich Gordon talks to Climate One about the impact of the Chinese waste ban on California's recycled paper market. Gordon discusses the unique community of family-owned timber...
Part of The World On Fire, September 2018
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Scott Stephens of UC Berkeley says we're building increasingly dense communities in areas that are beautiful, but fire-prone.
Part of The World On Fire, September 2018
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Gloria Walton of SCOPE says climate solutions require an intersectional approach because the climate problems we face are rooted in different kinds of systemic oppression....
Part of Let's Talk Solutions: Global Climate Action Summit, September 2018
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Professor of Fire Science Scott Stephens discusses the importance of community and community planning in fire-vulnerable areas. He says it's not just about the flames, but...
Part of The World On Fire, September 2018
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Marisa De Belloy discusses the operations of Cool Effect, highlighting the importance of building, educating and identifying with a community in the fight against climate...
Part of Let's Talk Solutions: Global Climate Action Summit, September 2018
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"San Francisco Chronicle" Staff Writer, Lizzie Johnson, talks about the obstacles families face rebuilding homes that have been destroyed by fires. Despite recurring patterns...
Part of The World On Fire, September 2018
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Maris de Belloy explains that Cool Effect has reduced 600,000 tons of carbon pollution ... which translates to completely eliminating 1,000 presidential golf trips to Mar a...
Part of Let's Talk Solutions: Global Climate Action Summit, September 2018
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Gina McCarthy pushes back on the term green jobs, saying it sounds elitist and divisive. "We just need to get together, figure out how the jobs of the future create a...
Part of Let's Talk Solutions: Global Climate Action Summit, September 2018
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Tom Steyer of NextGen America talks divestment with Climate One. Divestment from fossil fuels on the part of major institutions, he says, makes an important statement...
Part of Let's Talk Solutions: Global Climate Action Summit, September 2018
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We rely too much on animal protein in our diet, says Tom Steyer - but a chance to re-evaluate our food system is a chance to make it better.
Part of Let's Talk Solutions: Global Climate Action Summit, September 2018
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Meg Levie discusses the fourth foundation of mindfulness, which considers the framing through which you look at the world.
Part of Christiana Figueres: A Conversation on Mindfulness and Climate, September 2018
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How do we create job for working class African American and Latino families, like the ones who live in South-Central Los Angeles? Gloria Walton discusses the need for...
Part of Let's Talk Solutions: Global Climate Action Summit, September 2018
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Meg Levie discusses the importance of creating cultures, corporate structures and communities that actively integrate mindfulness principles.
Part of Christiana Figueres: A Conversation on Mindfulness and Climate, September 2018
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Eliza Griswold explains how withholding important environmental health information is a form of public poverty in rural Pennsylvania, where many communities are impacted by...
Part of Arlie Hochschild and Eliza Griswold: Tales of Prosperity and Paradox , October 2018
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New Yorker journalist Eliza Griswold cautions against jumping to conclusions about the political - and economic - realities for coal industry workers.
Part of Arlie Hochschild and Eliza Griswold: Tales of Prosperity and Paradox , October 2018
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Arlie Hochschild, UC Berkeley Professor Emerita, discusses both the prosperity and the pitfalls accompanying the natural gas industry when it moves into local communities.
Part of Arlie Hochschild and Eliza Griswold: Tales of Prosperity and Paradox , October 2018
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Arlie Hochschild remembers leaving her Berkeley, California "bubble" in an effort to understand others living in a completely different Louisiana bubble.
Part of Arlie Hochschild and Eliza Griswold: Tales of Prosperity and Paradox , October 2018

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