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James Sano, vice president for travel, tourism and conservation at the World Wildlife Fund, explains that air travel one of the fastest growing contributors to carbon...
Part of Mindful Travel in the Age of Climate Change, March 2018
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Auto industry analyst and commentator on the Autonocast, Ed Niedermeyer, details the challenges car companies face in the production of electric vehicles.
Part of Exposed: Dieselgate's Impact on the Auto Industry, March 2018
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Executive Director and Air Pollution Control Officer of the Sacramento Metropolitan Air Quality Management District, Alberto Ayala talks about the need to ban combustion...
Part of Exposed: Dieselgate's Impact on the Auto Industry, March 2018
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Climate One host Greg Dalton fires off his lighting round questions during the “Exposed: Dieselgate's Impact on the Auto Industry" program. Exposed: Dieselgate's Impact on...
Part of Exposed: Dieselgate's Impact on the Auto Industry, March 2018
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Gabriel Kra, the managing director of Prelude Ventures, explains why he believes pea milk is a better product.
Part of Cool Clean Tech, May 2018
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CEO and Co-founder of Aclima, Davida Herzl talks about agriculture, food and feeding the world's population, and why she thinks it's critical in battling climate change.
Part of Cool Clean Tech, May 2018
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G2VP Associate Lidiya Dervisheva describes the path she took, starting out as an electrical engineer to currently working in venture capital.
Part of Cool Clean Tech, May 2018
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Author and educator Anna Lappé addresses the critiques of organic foods and suggests a re-frame of the question at hand.
Part of Mark Kurlansky and Anna Lappé: Plate to Planet, May 2018
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Climate One host Greg Dalton fires off his lighting round questions during the “Mark Kurlansky and Anna Lappé: Plate to Planet" program.
Part of Mark Kurlansky and Anna Lappé: Plate to Planet, May 2018
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Mark Kurlansky, Author of MILK! A 10,000-Year Food Fracas, discusses salmon which is the subject of his next book.
Part of Mark Kurlansky and Anna Lappé: Plate to Planet, May 2018
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Katharine Mach, a senior research scientist at Stanford University, details the positive and negative impacts of climate migration on a global scale.
Part of Climate Winners and Losers, May 2018
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Solomon Hsiang, a associate professor of Public Policy at the University of California Berkeley, talks about the 'wealth transfer' and what that means to the population of...
Part of Climate Winners and Losers, May 2018
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TechCrunch Senior Reporter, Megan Rose Dickey, talks about the increase of shared bikes and scooters across the country and how so many electric scooters showed up suddenly...
Part of New Wheels in Town, June 2018
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The co-founder of Boosted Boards and CEO of Skip Scooters, Sanjay Dastoor, explains what dockless scooters are all about.
Part of New Wheels in Town, June 2018
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Stuart Cohen, executive director of TransForm, shares his thoughts on whether electric scooters and other forms of urban mobility are game changers.
Part of New Wheels in Town, June 2018
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We're Doomed. Now What? author, Roy Scranton, discusses his personal journey and the reasons he joined the military.
Part of We're Doomed. Now What?, July 2018
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We're Doomed. Now What? author, Roy Scranton, shares his feelings on climate change and his skepticism about whether humanity can pull itself out of this scary trend. "We are...
Part of We're Doomed. Now What?, July 2018
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Author and theologian Matthew Fox explains how time is running out for humans to make a choice to avoid extinction.
Part of We're Doomed. Now What?, July 2018
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Food journalist and blogger Carolyn Jung tells Climate One that from Fast Food to smoothies, the average person doesn't really know what they're consuming in a meal.
Part of The New Surf and Turf, July 2018
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Climate One guests Mike Selden, Carolyn Jung and Pat Brown participate in our Lightning Round, where host Greg Dalton mentions a noun, and the guests respond with the first...
Part of The New Surf and Turf, July 2018

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