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"We're transforming our planet without fully understanding what the long-term consequences will be", says climate scientist Ken Caldeira, who describes a recent lab...
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Policies, private sector partnerships, and smart investments can all help reduce pollution and improve ocean health, says California Coastal Commissioner Sara Aminzadeh....
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In today's capital-driven society, investing money in ocean tech entrepreneurs is the way to create truly scaleable change, says Daniela Fernandez, Founder and CEO of the...
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Red states, blue states – when it comes to our environment, are we really two different Americas? New Yorker writer Eliza Griswold and UC Berkeley professor Arlie Hochschild...
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Donald Trump's tweets mocking climate change are wrong, but we each need to try harder to push our respective parties closer to the middle, asserts former U.S. Representative...
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Democratic National Committee Executive Committeewoman Christine Pelosi describes the kinds of environmental, health, and economic ideals we need to see represented by...
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The bi-partisan Climate Solutions Caucus was an attempt to bring Republicans and Democrats together for a sincere dialogue, says former U.S. Representative Carlos Curbelo (R-...
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The Green New Deal has prompted Republicans to ask themselves, "what kind of climate action do we support?" Any serious presidential candidate will need to put forward a plan...
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"I have sued and beaten Donald Trump 21 times in a row," asserts Washington Governor and Democratic candidate Jay Inslee, who adds that climate change must be a first...
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A 100% renewable electricity grid, new standards for retrofitting commercial buildings, improving financing for electric cars, and banning fracking are just some of the...
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"We are the optimists that understand this is a 'can-do' nation of 'can-do' people, who deserve a 'can-do' President," says Democratic candidate Jay Inslee.
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"I appreciate anybody following my [climate] leadership," says Democratic candidate and Washington Governor Jay Inslee.
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Joining the conversation remotely, Katharine Hayhoe asks us to balance "rational hope" with a profoundly serious understanding of what's happening to the planet, and what we...
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Decade by decade, we're continuing to roll a pair of increasingly loaded dice when it comes to our health, infrastructure, food, water and more, says climate scientist...
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In just a few years, renewables have become more competitive and a pathway to decarbonizing our economy has become much clearer, says author David Wallace-Wells.
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A global solution to climate change requires "radical empathy," says New York Magazine deputy editor David Wallace-Wells, who maintains that we need global stories to help...
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David Wallace-Wells, deputy editor at New York Magazine and author of "The Uninhabitable Earth: Life After Warming, says as terrifying as a changed climate might be, it is...
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It's not about siphoning off earnings from your core product to fund an environmental side project, says John Lanier, author of "Mid-Course Correction Revisited: The Story...
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An organism called the springtail, often thought of as a pest, holds the key to billions of dollars of revenue in the fashion, auto and semiconductor industries for its...
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Recycling is one way to prevent products from landing in the landfill - but it should be a last resort, says John Lanier, executive director of the Ray C. Anderson Foundation,
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