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June 3rd, 2011
In the post-World War II boom, previous generations prioritized cheap electricity and economic development over salmon. On the West Coast, huge dams blocked rivers and sprawl...
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June 14th, 2011
California’s 81,000 farms and ranches account for 6 percent of the state’s greenhouse gas emissions. Making the farms more energy efficient, and ensuring that farmers can...
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July 22nd, 2011
Energy underpins our civilization. It’s hardly surprising that convincing people to use less of something so tied to their comfort and survival is challenging. Smart policy...
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June 16th, 2011
Climate One, in San Francisco, is an easy crowd for Robert F. Kennedy Jr. But the fact that he is so readily embraced by progressives can conceal that his message is an...
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October 6th, 2011
In August, the Obama administration announced the first-ever fuel efficiency standards for heavy-duty trucks and buses. On October 5, three experts convened by Climate One...
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October 12th, 2011
China exerts an inescapable gravitation pull on the climate and energy debate – its economic growth is so brisk, its emissions so copious that no call for action on climate...
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October 13th, 2011
Bullish on technology’s ability to tap previously unreachable oil and gas, energy analyst Daniel Yergin tells this Climate One audience to expect the age of fossil fuels to...
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October 3rd, 2011
The world is doomed to repeat four-year cycles of booms followed by crashes if we don’t get off oil, Jeremy Rifkin warned a Climate One audience in San Francisco on October 3...
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August 30th, 2011
Since August 20, some 600 people have been arrested at White House protests organized to highlight opposition to the proposed Keystone XL pipeline. The 1,700-mile project...
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September 12th, 2011
“Humanity needs nature to thrive.” For Peter Seligmann, who delivered that line, and Jib Ellison, who shared the stage with him at Climate One on Monday, September 12, the...
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September 28th, 2011
It would not seem a fruitful time to be on the frontlines in the fight to protect the environment in the United States, with the EPA under daily attack and climate...
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September 14th, 2011
With climate legislation dead in Congress, and the international climate talks years from resolution, some proponents of climate action are turning to the courts in the hope...
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October 6th, 2011
Next-generation biofuels are on the verge of a breakthrough but aren’t ready to displace conventional fuels, three Bay Area biofuel company CEOs say in this Climate One talk...
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September 8th, 2011
On September 8, at Climate One, two of the most influential environmentalists of the past 30 years shared the same stage for just the second time in their long careers in...
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October 18th, 2011
The debate over Saltworks, a proposal to build 12,000 homes on former salt ponds in Redwood City, is a harbinger of coming development fights in the age of climate change. In...
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October 21st, 2011
More than a year after oil stopped gushing into the Gulf, the co-chairs of the commission tasked with investigating the Deepwater Horizon oil spill appeared together at...
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November 17th, 2011
In the wake of the collapse of solar panel maker Solyndra, the solar industry has received sustained front-page treatment for the first time. Unfortunately, most of the...
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November 18th, 2011
Climate change “is going to dominate our world in the next century. It’s a very big risk, but it’s also a tremendous opportunity, if we make the right choices,” says Dan...
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November 8th, 2011
Growth as we’ve known it is over, Paul Gilding and Richard Heinberg told a Climate One audience in San Francisco on November 7. Confronted by resource constraints and...
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Former CEO, Sprint

Dan Hesse was named chief executive officer of Sprint Nextel in December 2007.   Prior to his appointment as Sprint CEO, Hesse was the Chairman and CEO of Embarq Corporation...

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