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"My own view is that if you look at the world's energy situation, there are three demand areas basically, the United States, Europe and China.  And the projections were very...
Part of Cheap Gasoline, February 2015
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Climate One Founder and Host Greg Dalton asks the Clean Cloud speakers a round of lightning-quick questions about technology, sustainability, and company policies.
Part of Clean Cloud, March 2015
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"eBay’s original reason for working with ALEC was really the work that we do around small business," said Lori Duval, Global Director of Green at eBay.  "But now we see them...
Part of Clean Cloud, March 2015
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"We’ve been working collaboratively with now, I don’t know it must be well over 30 companies and half a dozen NGOs to identify policies that would make it easier for us as...
Part of Clean Cloud, March 2015
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"I mean for me a big part of the value proposition for green, the next and really robust thing is can you make an argument for it in favor of the bottom line even in tough...
Part of Clean Cloud, March 2015
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In 2009, Greenpeace started looking at how to get companies off coal, and found that the IT sector had a large carbon footprint.  "We challenged our supporters and challenged...
Part of Clean Cloud, March 2015
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"I would be cautiously optimistic that it can change minds because I think it’s a little bit of a guess," said Jason Mark, editor at Earth Island Journal.  Mark and science...
Part of Cli-Fi 2015, February 2015
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BP Capital's Chairman and CEO T. Boone Pickens discusses his views on the current energy leadership in Washington, D.C.  "I cannot see anything that makes me uncomfortable...
Part of Power Ball: T. Boone Pickens , March 2015
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T. Boone Pickens, Chairman and CEO of BP Capital discusses his opinions on corn ethanol being used as fuel for cars. "It was a stupid idea.  It seriously was.  The fuel is...
Part of Power Ball: T. Boone Pickens , March 2015
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Climate One founder and host Greg Dalton asks T. Boone Pickens a series of lightning-quick questions.
Part of Power Ball: T. Boone Pickens , March 2015
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Frank Wolak, director of the Program on Energy and Sustainable Development at Stanford, discusses U.S. coal exports to countries like China.  U.S. coal "is much better than...
Part of Coal Wars, April 2015
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Kevin Drew, Residential Zero Waste Coordinator for SF Department of Environment, discusses San Francisco's goal to become a zero waste city.  "Zero waste is really a...
Part of Net Zero: Homes and Waste, April 2015
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An audience member asks former U.S. Secretary of the Treasury Hank Paulson about the risks of not tackling climate change fast enough.  "What makes the climate risk so and...
Part of Hank Paulson: Dealing with China, April 2015
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Former U.S. Secretary of the Treasury Hank Paulson discusses his views on divestment. "I happen to think that those kinds of risks should be disclosed. And if they’re...
Part of Hank Paulson: Dealing with China, April 2015
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Ken Caldeira, atmospheric scientist at Stanford University's Carnegie Institution for Science, discusses whether or not geoengineering will be an unpopular solution to...
Part of Hacking the Climate, May 2015
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Greg Dalton asks the Hacking the Climate speakers a series of lightning-quick questions.
Part of Hacking the Climate, May 2015
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"I think private funding is a concern," said Albert Lin, professor at UC Davis School of Law. "There is a lot of concerns about what that could lead to because of the...
Part of Hacking the Climate, May 2015
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Jane Long, co-chair of the Task Force on Geoengineering at the Bipartisan Policy Center discusses how scientists are ready to preform small-scale geoengineering experiments,...
Part of Hacking the Climate, May 2015
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Armand Neukermans, physicist and inventor, explains how geoengineering works. "This is a relatively simple idea that basically use the clouds like a mirror," said Neukermans.
Part of Hacking the Climate, May 2015
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Host Greg Dalton asks Former U.S. Secretary of the Treasury Hank Paulson a round of lightning-quick questions.
Part of Hank Paulson: Dealing with China, April 2015

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