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California State Assemblymember, Tony Thurmond joined Climate One and discussed the green jobs misnomer.
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Joining Climate One: Christine Pelosi, Superdelegate for Democratic Party; Political Strategist Duf Sundheim, 2016 Republican Candidate for U.S. Senate Tony Strickland,...
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President-elect Trump’s enthusiastic embrace of fossil fuels and rejection of the Paris climate deal is the earthshaking story of 2016. That surprise change is casting doubt...
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Katie Fehrenbacher, a former senior writer at Fortune, talks about how policy changes in the new administration may or may not slow the progress of electric vehicle companies...
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Joining Climate One: David R. Baker, Energy Reporter, San Francisco Chronicle Katie Fehrenbacher, Former Senior Writer, Fortune Cassandra Sweet, Reporter, Wall Street Journal
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David R. Baker, an energy reporter at The San Francisco Chronicle, explains what signals Donald Trump is sending on climate change with recent nominations and appointments.
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Cassandra Sweet, a reporter for the Wall Street Journal explains the impact Donald Trump's presidency may have on the Paris Climate Accord.
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Joining Climate One: Tom Toles, Editorial Cartoonist, The Washington Post Michael Mann, Distinguished Professor of Meteorology, Penn State University Renee Lertzman. Climate...
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The Washington Post's Tom Tales joins Climate One and takes a satirical look at how the issue of climate became so divisive.
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Scientist, Michael Mann joins Climate One for a discussion on climate denial.
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Freelance science journalist Cristine Russell joined Climate One for a discussion on climate denial. "We don't have that collective wisdom," Russell told Climate One. Adding...
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The scientific consensus is that human activity is cooking the planet. Does President-elect Trump calling it a hoax embolden others in denial? Many people are concerned about...
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On December 12, 2016, Climate One a polled Twitter for thoughts on man-made climate change. Climate engagement strategist Renee Lertzman discusses the results.
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Joining Climate One: Naomi Oreskes, Professor of History of Science and Director of Graduate Studies, Harvard University Steven Chu, Former U.S. Secretary of Energy;...
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Scientist, Naomi Oreskes was honored by Climate One with the 6th annual Stephen Schneider Award for for Outstanding Climate Science Communication. She shared a simple...
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It was a life changing expedition to the Arctic that prompted Greg Dalton to found Climate One nearly 10 years ago. Seeking to inspire others — especially the next generation...
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Holmes Hummel, founder of Clean Energy Works and Danny Kennedy, managing director at the California Clean Energy Fund breakdown the 2017 U.S. Energy and Employment Report.
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With stock market values at near-record highs, again, how is the clean tech sector doing? One index of solar stocks is down 50 percent from a year ago and the industry was...
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Danny Kennedy, the managing director for the California Clean Energy Fund discusses why the Trump administration is either going "to have to get on board or get caught in the...
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Andrew Chung the founder and managing partner at 1955 Capital discusses advances in battery technology and moving beyond the dominance of lithium-ion.
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