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Arch rivals Microsoft and Google find common cause at Climate One promoting the energy efficiency of the cloud. Efficiency alone won’t solve the climate crisis, Rob Bernard...
Part of Cloud Power: Microsoft+Google, March 2011
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The climate change debate in America appears hopelessly stuck. If the US is to have any chance to break the stalemate, young people must get involved and force their voice to...
Part of Generation Hot, March 2011
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The ubiquity of food in the United States blinds the mind to a tragic fact: much of it is wasted. Exact numbers are elusive, but estimates suggest that at least a quarter and...
Part of American Wasteland, March 2011
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The utility-consumer relationship is primed for a fundamental overhaul. Armed with information, formerly passive consumers will take charge of their energy future, say a...
Part of People Power: Rethinking Electricity, January 2011
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Born before the Model T, revived and then extinguished a decade ago by GM, the electric vehicle is poised to dominate the global car industry, says this panel of...
Part of Horsepower: Accelerating EVs into the Fast Lane, January 2011
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Will a change in consciousness help us end our dependence on fossil fuels? Yes, according to well-known author and speaker Deepak Chopra and investor and entrepreneur Rinaldo...
Part of Deepak Chopra and Rinaldo Brutoco: Changing Energy, Changing Consciousness, September 2014
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Transitioning from fossil to solar power means jobs, profits and an energy renaissance. How can businesses and investors profit from the solar economy? Brad Mattson, CEO,...
Part of Creating Climate Wealth, September 2014
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Crude oil is riding the rails to East Bay refineries at an increasing rate. How can local communities safeguard themselves against potential disaster? John Avalos, Member,...
Part of Oil on Rails, October 2014
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Despite abundant evidence that climate change threatens our planet, public concern is on the decline. How do we foster awareness of the imminent danger? Dacher Keltner,...
Part of Climate on the Brain, September 2014
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Jane Lubchenco oversaw NOAA during the worst 4-year weather period in U.S. history. What can we do to predict – or mitigate – future weather disasters? Jane Lubchenco, Ph.D...
Part of Dr. Jane Lubchenco: The 2014 Stephen Schneider Award, December 2014
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Do you believe in climate denial? According to climate scientists, it’s all around us. How can scientists learn to communicate to a skeptical public? Naomi Oreskes, Professor...
Part of Climate Denial, Education, and Politics, December 2014
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Coffee, beer and chocolate – oh my! How is global warming affecting our beloved guilty pleasures? Can growers and producers adapt to a changing climate? Ken Grossman, Co-...
Part of Beans and Brew, November 2014
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The amount of food needed to feed the earth’s growing population is expected to double by mid-century. How will we manage the world’s food supply? Karen Ross, California...
Part of New Food Revolution, November 2014
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By land, by sea or via the Keystone Pipeline, Canadian oil is coming to satisfy our energy thirst. But is our need for fossil fuel a foregone conclusion? David Baker, Energy...
Part of Keystone and Beyond, October 2014
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Climate change exacerbates effects of both drought and flood conditions worldwide. Too much, then too little – how do we make sense of “water whiplash”? Brian Richter, Chief...
Part of Chasing Water, October 2014
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How can America balance its energy boom with the need to reduce carbon pollution? A discussion with U.S. Secretary of Energy Ernest Moniz. Ernest Moniz, US Secretary of Energy
Part of US Sec. of Energy Ernest Moniz, October 2014
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It’s a big year for water politics in California. Will voters approve a $7.12 billion bond for water projects to help get us through a record drought? John Coleman, President...
Part of Water Politics, October 2014
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Apple tries to make conservation cool with energy-efficient products and green manufacturing practices. Can they lead the way to cleaner capitalism? Lisa Jackson, Vice...
Part of Dr. Rajendra Pachauri and Lisa Jackson, January 2015
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With gas prices plummeting and support growing for a reduction on fossil fuels, what does the future hold for the oil industry? Must they adapt or perish? Lou Allstadt,...
Part of Oil Ahead, January 2015
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The way we think influences what we think about wild weather. The human brain shapes how we see the risks of fossil fueled storms and the opportunities of clean energy. Our...

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