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"Only emergency-speed, transformative change of all of our systems can protect us, and the only way we're going to achieve [that] is building a movement that tells the truth...
Part of Me vs. We: What Matters Most for Climate Action? , February 2020
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Amanda Joy Ravenhill, executive director of the Buckminster Fuller Institute, encourages thinking beyond "doing less bad" -- reducing your carbon footprint -- to considering...
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Humans look to place blame for everything from a stubbed toe to bad government policies, says Susan Clayton, professor of psychology and environmental studies at the College...
Part of COVID-19 and Climate: Human Response , March 2020
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Like climate change, Peter Atwater notes how the proximity of COVID-19 causes our anxiety to "rise exponentially" the closer it gets. Atwater is adjunct economics professor...
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What's good for you as a person is rarely good for the collective group, says Robert Frank, economics professor at the Cornell SC Johnson College of Business and author of...
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Dr. Bernstein, interim director of The Center for Climate, Health, and the Global Environment, Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health (Harvard C-CHANGE), says that climate...
Part of COVID-19 and Climate: Implications for Public Health , April 2020
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"We've seen a pattern where development of natural areas, typically for agricultural production... creates inroads...that facilitate human and wildlife interaction," says...
Part of COVID-19 and Climate: Implications for Public Health , April 2020
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"If I have baby, that i'm taking care of...and that baby has a fever, like the planet, I don't presume that everything is going to be ok," says Aaron Bernstein, interim...
Part of COVID-19 and Climate: Implications for Public Health , April 2020
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"As a society, we have to make decisions about big threats that face us based on facts," says Barb Gottlieb, director of environment and health at Physicians for Social...
Part of COVID-19 and Climate: Implications for Public Health , April 2020
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"We're very focused on this issue of transition...trying to understand which companies and which business models today are the most well-prepared to navigate effectively, and...
Part of Fossils Fuels in the Ground and in Your Portfolio , April 2020
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"It's really been a source of Alpha [additional return above additional risk] to find and invest in a selection of companies that really best in class around managing their...
Part of Fossils Fuels in the Ground and in Your Portfolio , April 2020
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"Our role as fiduciaries... is to make sure we've got safety and soundness in this portfolio," says Anne Simpson, director of board governance & strategy at CalPERS, the...
Part of Fossils Fuels in the Ground and in Your Portfolio , April 2020
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"How can we organize, when we come out of the pandemic, to be more carbon-efficient?" asks, Amy Jaffe, director of the Energy Security and Climate Change Program at the...
Part of COVID-19 and Climate: Economic Impacts, April 2020
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How will the coronavirus impact employment in oil, gas, and other energy sources? "We hit the brakes on the economy very hard, very fast, and we don't yet have the...
Part of COVID-19 and Climate: Economic Impacts, April 2020
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The numbers of this crisis compare to the Great Depression, even though the causes are different, says Kathleen Day, finance lecturer at Johns Hopkins University and author...
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Cities have a huge role in how we source and distribute food, and play an equally big part in regional waste production, describes Metabolic founder and CEO Eva Gladek.
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Experts Ani Dasgupta, Eva Gladek, and Lauren Faber O'Connor list London, Amsterdam, Durban, and Seoul as leading in urban planning, sustainable transportation, and providing...
Part of Zero-Emission Cities, April 2020
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Ani Dasgupta, global director at the World Resources Institute Ross Center for Sustainable Cities, says that one of the most important ways for a city to get to zero-carbon...
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The economic ripples of coronavirus care less about what industry you're in, more about whether you're big or small, argues Amy Harder, energy reporter at Axios. The...
Part of COVID-19 and Climate: The Future of Energy, May 2020
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Deciding what to do with the existing carbon and capital "stock" currently in the atmosphere and built environment is one of our main challenges, says Scott Jacobs, CEO and...
Part of COVID-19 and Climate: The Future of Energy, May 2020

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