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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...
Part of David Wallace-Wells: The Uninhabitable Earth, May 2019
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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.
Part of David Wallace-Wells: The Uninhabitable Earth, May 2019
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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...
Part of David Wallace-Wells: The Uninhabitable Earth, May 2019
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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...
Part of David Wallace-Wells: The Uninhabitable Earth, May 2019
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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...
Part of Can a Circular Economy Salvage the Climate?, May 2019
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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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Host Greg Dalton takes panelists through a Climate One Lightning Round.
Part of If You Won’t, We Will: Youth Action on Climate, May 2019
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“2018 elections marked record turnout in young voters,” says Ben Wessel, Director of NextGen Climate. “It’s a recognition that young people have a lot of power... politicians...
Part of If You Won’t, We Will: Youth Action on Climate, May 2019
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Juliana v. United States, the lawsuit that 21 youth plaintiffs are serving the U.S., "is a constitutional case," says Julia Olson, lead lawyer. The U.S. government's...
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"The Green New Deal is a bold vision of what it would look like to transform every sector of our economy and society in order to take on climate change at the scale that both...
Part of If You Won’t, We Will: Youth Action on Climate, May 2019
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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.
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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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