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In December 2011, college student Abigail Borah spoke up at a U.N. Climate Change Conference in Durban, South Africa. Borah exclaimed, "2020 is too late to wait. We need an...
Part of Going to Paris: Ambassador Todd Stern, February 2014
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The United Nations climate conferences are in the midst of a 4 year negotiation process that started in 2011 and are expected to end in Paris in 2015.  "Ambition is the buzz...
Part of Going to Paris: Ambassador Todd Stern, February 2014
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The animal agriculture industry is one of the biggest producers of atmospheric carbon dioxide.  Tim Koopman of the California Cattlemen's Association discusses the increased...
Part of Meatonomics, February 2014
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The U.S. animal agriculture industry sees roughly $38 billion in government subsidies per year. "That number is probably an order of magnitude higher than the number of the...
Part of Meatonomics, February 2014
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When city, state, or federal governments give a call to action for public utilities, most people picture the people responding to that call as a Birkenstock wearing white...
Part of Green Latinos, February 2014
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"Latinos still very much believe in the American dream.  We do.  We believe it.  We still believe that our government can make change," says Adrianna Quintero, Senior...
Part of Green Latinos, February 2014
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Latino families are the same as all other American families with the same priorities, including a safe job, a good education for their children, and safe communities to live...
Part of Green Latinos, February 2014
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"People will always want to build near the water," says Larry Goldzband of BCDC. The problem is, how do we plan for an uncertain future where sea levels are expected to rise...
Part of Rising Seas, Rising Costs, February 2014
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Sea levels are rising, and some of San Francisco's most valuable assets are at risk.  San Francisco International Airport (SFO) is one of many assets that are placed along...
Part of Rising Seas, Rising Costs, February 2014
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"There's a lot of different types of ways to make bioplastics from different sorts of plants," said Molly Morse of bioplastics start-up Mango Materials.  The different types...
Part of Beyond Plastic, January 2014
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"There is more demand for recycled plastic than there is supply.  People putting it in the recycling bin, that's the challenge we face," said Keith Christman of the American...
Part of Beyond Plastic, January 2014
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"I think parents, it's hard to talk about climate change to kids because there's an apocalyptic dimension to it, it's catastrophic," says Dacher Keltner, psychology professor...
Part of Climate on the Brain, September 2014
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"The best new story is that there's a tremendous capacity for the United States to innovate in technology," said Arun Majumdar, professor of mechanical engineering at...
Part of Powering Innovation, September 2014
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Adam Lowry, co-founder and chief greenskeeper at Method Products, discusses how all sectors of industry, including his company, would benefit from a government role in...
Part of Powering Innovation, September 2014
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UC Berkeley psychology professor Dacher Keltner talks about how the part of our nervous system called the amygdala triggers stress and fight-or-flight behavior. "That's been...
Part of Climate on the Brain, September 2014
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Kate Fehrenbacher, reporter at GigaOm, discusses how startups are working to make energy efficiency and conservation more attractive to the American people.  "It's companies...
Part of Powering Innovation, September 2014
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Penn State Meteorology Professor and Author Michael E. Mann tells the story of waking up to find his email has been hacked by the fossil fuel industry.  "Various emails of...
Part of Climate Denial, Education, and Politics, December 2014
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"What does it feel like to be a U.S. climate scientist in the 21st century?  Well it feels a little scary at times," says Ben Santer, climate scientist at Lawrence Livermore...
Part of Climate Denial, Education, and Politics, December 2014
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"What amazes me is as we build our system we look up more and more of the planet and more frequent timescales, right?" says Alex Bakir, Director of Business Development at...
Part of Dr. Jane Lubchenco: The 2014 Stephen Schneider Award for Outstanding Climate Science Communication, December 2014
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"This one member of Congress looked at me and he said, 'Doctor, I don't need your weather satellites, I have the Weather Channel,'" says Jane Lubchenco, former administrator...
Part of Dr. Jane Lubchenco: The 2014 Stephen Schneider Award for Outstanding Climate Science Communication, December 2014

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