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Can congestion pricing push people to take public transportation or carpool instead of driving their own car? Stuart Cohen believes that there should be some sort of...
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Students from Berkeley High School's Green Academy attend to discuss Wal-Mart's green revolution with Climate One and author Ed Humes. Can companies increase their revenue by...
Part of Wal-Mart: Force of Nature or Greenwashing?, May 2011
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Climate One at the Commonwealth Club discusses Wal-Mart's sustainability practices with Ed Humes, author of Force of Nature: The Unlikely Story of Wal-Mart's Green Revolution...
Part of Wal-Mart: Force of Nature or Greenwashing?, May 2011
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Climate One host Greg Dalton asks NASA's James Hansen how he thinks President Obama is doing in addressing climate change. "Without a price on carbon, all you do by reducing...
Part of Dr. James Hansen: The 2012 Stephen Schneider Award, December 2012
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Scientists Katharine Hayhoe, William Anderegg, and Michael Mann discuss the changes in agriculture, water and energy due to climate change. Michael Mann points out that 2012...
Part of Political Science, December 2012
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Climate One asks NASA scientist and climate advocate James Hansen whether there are human fingerprints on Superstorm Sandy in which Hansen responds that there are multiple...
Part of Dr. James Hansen: The 2012 Stephen Schneider Award, December 2012
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Climate One speaks to climate scientists Katharine Hayhoe and Michael Mann on the different methods of communicating climate science to different types of people. "Even...
Part of Political Science, December 2012
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Climate scientist Katharine Hayhoe discusses the emotional ties connected to climate change and people's understanding of climate change at Climate One. "I don't believe that...
Part of Political Science, December 2012
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Greg Dalton discusses the new documentary Chasing Ice with photographer James Balog after a screening of the film, with Q&A from the theater audience.
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Climate One speaks to John Hofmeister (CEO, Citizens for Affordable Energy; Former President, Shell Oil Company) and Bill McKibben (Founder, 350.org) on climate change and...
Part of Carbon Math, November 2012
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"If we're not going to deal with special interest money in the political process any other conversation is just an academic exercise," says John Hofmeister, CEO of Citizens...
Part of Carbon Math, November 2012
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Climate One speaks to John Hofmeister and Bill McKibben on energy waste management. "I'm a strong advocate of moving away from the internal combustion engine," says former...
Part of Carbon Math, November 2012
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Will labeling drive GMOs from the shelves of supermarkets in California? Experts on both sides of the issue debate whether Proposition 37 could result in this outcome.  
Part of GMO: Label or Not?, October 2012
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Will GMO labeling benefit organic food producers and raise consumer costs?
Part of GMO: Label or Not?, October 2012
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Panelists from "Energy and the Election" talk about what steps have been made in public policy to encourage clean energy.
Part of Energy and the Election, October 2012
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The panelists debate on how losing the hydro power provided by the O'Shaughnessy dam could effect San Francisco, and the projected cost of changing the current systems.
Part of Tear Down That Dam?, October 2012
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Can Prop F help or hinder a sustainable water system for San Francisco?
Part of Tear Down That Dam?, October 2012
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Climate One panelists discuss San Francisco's Prop F, and whether or not enough studies have been conducted on Hetch Hetchy and the water supply system of San Francisco.
Part of Tear Down That Dam?, October 2012
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The panel at Climate One weighs in on San Francisco's Proposition F, with opinions from both sides and questions from the live audience at the Commonwealth Club of California.
Part of Tear Down That Dam?, October 2012
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Nancy Pfund and Michael Grunwald discuss clean tech's bi-partisan benefits to growth and new jobs. 
Part of Green New Deal, September 2012

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