Podcast
PG&E has had a bad few years. A series of record-breaking wildfires culminating with 2018’s devastating Camp Fire propelled the California utility giant into lawsuits, $...
Part of How Climate Broke California’s Biggest Utility, April 2019
Podcast
Global temperatures would be soaring even higher were it not for a powerful heat-trapping ally: oceans. From regulating the temperature of the planet to generating half of...
Part of Sea Changes: Why Oceans Play A Bigger Role in Climate Than You Think, April 2019
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Founder + Principal, Studio O

A designer, urbanist, and spatial justice advocate, Liz Ogbu is a global expert on understanding and transforming unjust urban environments. From designing shelters for...
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"I have sued and beaten Donald Trump 21 times in a row," asserts Washington Governor and Democratic candidate Jay Inslee, who adds that climate change must be a first...
Part of Jay Inslee: The Climate Candidate, May 2019
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A 100% renewable electricity grid, new standards for retrofitting commercial buildings, improving financing for electric cars, and banning fracking are just some of the...
Part of Jay Inslee: The Climate Candidate, May 2019
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Author, The Dreamt Land: Chasing Water and Dust Across California

Mark Arax is an author and journalist whose writings on California and the West have received numerous awards for literary nonfiction. A former staffer at the Los Angeles...
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Reporter, Los Angeles Times

Diana Marcum writes about life in the small towns and rural areas of California for the Los Angeles Times. In 2015, she won the Pulitzer Prize for narrative portraits of farm...
Event
July 17th, 2019
Cycles of drought and rain have shaped California life since John Steinbeck’s writing seared the state’s water woes into national consciousness. Amplified by climate change,...
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"We are the optimists that understand this is a 'can-do' nation of 'can-do' people, who deserve a 'can-do' President," says Democratic candidate Jay Inslee.
Part of Jay Inslee: The Climate Candidate, May 2019
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"I appreciate anybody following my [climate] leadership," says Democratic candidate and Washington Governor Jay Inslee.
Part of Jay Inslee: The Climate Candidate, May 2019
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Scientist, California Institute for Water Resources

Faith Kearns' interests lie at the intersection of science communication, community engagement, and relationship-building, particularly as these topics relate to the...
Video
Joining the conversation remotely, Katharine Heyhoe 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...
Part of David Wallace-Wells: The Uninhabitable Earth, May 2019
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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
Podcast
The Green New Deal is shaking up climate politics in Washington. The resolution’s ambitious clean energy goals are championed by several leading Democrats — but are...
Part of Republicans and a Democrat on Climate, April 2019
Video
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...
Part of Can a Circular Economy Salvage the Climate?, May 2019
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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,
Part of Can a Circular Economy Salvage the Climate?, May 2019

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