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"Where are the opportunities for us to recover materials [that would normally go to waste] and retain their value?" asks Peter Templeton, CEO of Cradle to Cradle.
Part of Can a Circular Economy Salvage the Climate?, May 2019
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"Why study for a future that doesn't exist?" asks 14 year-old Sarah Goody, who goes on strike for climate change every Friday. "I try to focus on the people who approach me...
Part of If You Won’t, We Will: Youth Action on Climate, May 2019
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"You can speak truth in a way that is compassionate and authentic -- to me, that is respect," says student climate activist Isha Clarke, describing her approach to...
Part of If You Won’t, We Will: Youth Action on Climate, May 2019
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Angelica Perkins recites her poem "Yellow Sun" at Climate One.
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Singer/songwriter Mónica María Fimbrez performs her song "Nuevos Caminos" at the Climate One event "If You Won't, We Will: Youth Action on Climate", May 21, 2019.
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Building people-centric neighborhoods that don't revolve around cars -- which architect Jan Gehl calls "primitive" -- is a major step in creating healthy cities and...
Part of Cities for the Future: Where Life Meets Design, June 2019
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Data shows that giving people just a bit of contact with nature improves health, says Laura Crescimano, co-founder of SITELAB Urban Studio. Bridging human health with other...
Part of Cities for the Future: Where Life Meets Design, June 2019
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Author Amanda Little explains how conventional meat companies like Tyson are keeping an eye on disruption in the meat industry, investigating ways they can be part of the...
Part of The Fate of Food , June 2019
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Policies that support young farmworkers are key to a prosperous food future, says Twilight Greenaway, contributing editor for Civil Eats.
Part of The Fate of Food , June 2019
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"It's a deep irony that the people growing our food face some of the biggest risks related to climate change," explains Twilight Greenaway, contributing editor at Civil Eats...
Part of The Fate of Food , June 2019
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"When farmers sell water to cities -- when that water leaves the farm belt, and goes up over the mountains so L.A. can build more houses across the desert -- that is, to me,...
Part of The Land of Dreams and Drought, July 2019
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Diana Marcum vividly recalls waiting for an impending wildfires: "What was scary about the Rim Fire is that I knew Paradise was coming."
Part of The Land of Dreams and Drought, July 2019
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"When we put solutions for women and girls together: education, reproductive access, family planning - it becomes one of the most powerful things we can do [in addressing...
Part of Drawdown: Do We Have What It Takes to Solve Climate Change? , July 2019
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Increasing contraception access for the hundreds of millions of women who don't have it would bring global unintended pregnancy rates from 45% to 7%, says Pathfinder U.S. CEO...
Part of Drawdown: Do We Have What It Takes to Solve Climate Change? , July 2019
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How we use energy, use water, and consume food have more impact on the planet than anything else we do, explains Kate Brandt. Some of the first steps toward conservation...
Part of Drawdown: Do We Have What It Takes to Solve Climate Change? , July 2019
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Lois Quam, U.S. CEO of Pathfinder International, knows that without family planning, her own professional contributions would look very different. It's why she feels strongly...
Part of Drawdown: Do We Have What It Takes to Solve Climate Change? , July 2019
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Drip irrigation, a water-efficient method of irrigating crops, is so water efficient that it doesn't allow for groundwater recharge, says California Institute for Water...
Part of The Land of Dreams and Drought, July 2019
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"What's the most limiting thing between today and success?" asks Jonathan Foley, executive director of Project Drawdown. Foley says we need identify obstacles to solutions,...
Part of Drawdown: Do We Have What It Takes to Solve Climate Change? , July 2019
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Author Mark Arax describes the the wealth, marketing genius, and power behind California's citrus industry, beginning with the couple behind Cutie and Halo oranges.
Part of The Land of Dreams and Drought, July 2019
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The Mayans survived their first great drought, but not the second. Why? Strained resources caused by an increasingly wealthy upper class, says L.A. Times reporter Diana...
Part of The Land of Dreams and Drought, July 2019

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