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College student and Richmond resident Tania Pulido discusses how personal issues in her life and injustices in her community led her to shift her perspective and become more...
Part of Speaking Youth to Power, March 2012
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College student Abigail Borah discusses her path to becoming a climate advocate that recently included a trip to the 2011 United Nations Climate Change Conference in Durban,...
Part of Speaking Youth to Power, March 2012
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Kai, Climate One's youngest audience participant ever, asks a panel of youth advocates what kids under 10 years old like him can do about climate change.
Part of Speaking Youth to Power, March 2012
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College student Adarsha Shivakumar describes his path to involvement in climate advocacy at a very young age, which ultimately led to his joining a lawsuit to sue the state...
Part of Speaking Youth to Power, March 2012
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An audience member asks Climate One's Water World panel where the largest upcoming market failures and issues that are likely to balloon or otherwise complicate the current...
Part of Water World, March 2012
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How will the growing population affect today's water infrastructure? Climate One asks a panel of water experts what the future of water looks like.  Laurent Auguste, CEO of...
Part of Water World, March 2012
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Greg Dalton talks with Jon Shenk, director of the documentary film "The Island President" following a screening of his film. Hear about the creation of the film, the...
Part of The Island President, April 2012
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Marc Stuart and Tom Heller discuss China's progress in investing capital into new technologies and the differences in thought processes between fast developing countries and...
Part of From Durban to Rio, February 2012
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Climate One host Greg Dalton discusses the 2011 Corporate Average Fuel Economy (CAFE) standards and how it has affected the auto industry. "This is the single biggest step in...
Part of Cruising 55, February 2012
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GM Environment and Energy Communicator Shad Balch responds to Climate One host Greg Dalton's question on the relationship between car and oil industries. 
Part of Cruising 55, February 2012
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Should renewable energy development be worth running transmission lines through natural state parks? David Festa and John Laird speak to a Climate One audience that it's...
Part of Sun Spots, January 2012
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Watch the entire program with General Motors' CEO Dan Akerson recorded live at Climate One at the Commonwealth Club.
Part of GM CEO, Dan Akerson, March 2012
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How do you make suburbia more sustainable? Can urban city downtowns be better than suburbia?
Part of Clean Communities, March 2013
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Climate One speaks to three city planning experts on sustainable development. What happens if we continue to build America as we have in a suburban format? 
Part of Clean Communities, March 2013
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Climate science can get complicated fast with competing scenarios, complex models, hockey sticks and dueling think tanks. Just recently, the amount of CO2 in the atmosphere...
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Climate One talks to Jiang Lin, senior vice president at the Energy Foundation and chairman of the China Sustainable Energy Program, and Ellen Lou, is director of Urban...
Part of Tomorrowland, March 2013
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Climate One speaks to two political strategists on fossil fuels and powering the United States.
Part of Game Change: Chris Lehane and Steve Schmidt, March 2013
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So how do you design cities in a way that is both environment-friendly but also livable to people? Climate One host Greg Dalton discusses global carbon and China's...
Part of Tomorrowland, March 2013
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How should reducing a city's carbon pollution be dealt with? Climate One speaks with two city planners on the best practices for reshaping cities for the future's needs.  
Part of Tomorrowland, March 2013
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Climate One speaks to several individuals on the forefront of sharing instead of shopping. Lisa Gansky, author of "The Mesh" discusses what she means by her tweet that...
Part of Sharing Economy, March 2013

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