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Michael Grunwald discusses the benefits of the stimulus package to clean energy, and puts to rest the idea that any of the federal funds were obtained fraudulently.
Part of Green New Deal, September 2012
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A Climate One audience member describes his own electric vehicle experience to the EV Riders panel, and prompts the question: what about battery life?
Part of EV Riders, August 2012
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The Climate One panel of Electric Vehicle drivers describe their individual journeys from owning gas guzzlers to becoming EV Riders.
Part of EV Riders, August 2012
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A Climate One audience participant asks the panel of EV owners if their respective car manufacturers, BMW, Chevrolet, or Nissan, have shown interest in tracking how their...
Part of EV Riders, August 2012
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One Climate One audience member broaches the subject of blame within the narrative of climate change. Jonah Sachs, founder of Free Range Studios, says that "conflict is key...
Part of Story Wars, July 2012
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Climate One speaks to Free Range Studios' Jonah Sachs on the narrative behind carbon pollution and climate change. Who's to blame for climate change? Should there be a...
Part of Story Wars, July 2012
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Greg Dalton and Professor Richard Muller discuss how the insurance industry stands to benefit or not from climate change.
Part of Richard Muller: Skeptical Science, June 2012
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UC Berkeley Physics professor Richard Muller discusses his group's analysis of the recent studies on temperature shift and the conclusion he arrived at.
Part of Richard Muller: Skeptical Science, June 2012
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Professor Richard Muller discusses the validity of Michael Mann's hockey stick concept of exponential temperature rise, and his own work in studying the Earth's surface...
Part of Richard Muller: Skeptical Science, June 2012
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The panel of energy industry entrepreneurs and experts highlight companies with potential in clean tech, specifically the successes and failures within the solar power...
Part of Nuclear Revival?, June 2012
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Energy specialists Dan Adler, Matt Scullin, and Cathy Zoi discuss how the Department of Energy's efficiency standards for appliances enable innovation, and highlight some "...
Part of Innovation Power, June 2012
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Can families come together to reduce their carbon impact? Climate One speakers come together to discuss the influential power of children.
Part of Green Myths Busted, May 2012
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With summer just around the corner, many people will be flying somewhere else. But what does that mean for your carbon footprint? David Friedman, Deputy Director of the Union...
Part of Green Myths Busted, May 2012
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Senior Vice President of RBC Wealth Management, Tom Van Dyck speaks to Climate One on carbon pricing, California's cap and trade system, and his opinion on how to make them...
Part of Crash Course, April 2012
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Climate One host Greg Dalton questions Chris Martenson and Tom Van Dyck on the changing standard of living and the Saudi saying "My grandfather rode a camel. I drive a car....
Part of Crash Course, April 2012
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Greg Dalton poses the question, what disruptive technologies could threaten Exxon's business?
Part of Steve Coll: ExxonMobil and American Power, May 2012
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Steve Coll describes the extent of ExxonMobil's efforts in its disinformation campaign to instill doubt into the science of climate change.
Part of Steve Coll: ExxonMobil and American Power, May 2012
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Steve Coll discusses what efforts, if any, Exxon is putting into the advancement of biofuel technology. The only criteria for Exxon was, "We won't invest in anything that...
Part of Steve Coll: ExxonMobil and American Power, May 2012
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Climate One speakers at the "Covering Electric Cars" event discuss their favorite EV manufacturer.
Part of Covering Electric Cars, April 2012
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Monica Fimbrez from Music Together SF sings "Teach Your Children" by Crosby, Stills & Nash after Climate One's Speaking Youth to Power with youth advocates Abigail Borah...
Part of Speaking Youth to Power, March 2012

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