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California's wildfire emissions are "outstripping greenhouse gas cuts across the economy by nine times," says Rachel Becker, citing a recent report on the state's climate...
Part of Is California’s Climate Progress Going Up in Smoke? , January 2020
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Cement, aviation, and lumber are some lesser-know Californian industries undergoing exciting technology advancements, according to Kate Gordon, director of California...
Part of Is California’s Climate Progress Going Up in Smoke? , January 2020
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California's ability to maintain its status as a climate leader is an issue of will, says F. Noel Perry, founder of the non-profit Next 10. The state needs to regain that...
Part of Is California’s Climate Progress Going Up in Smoke? , January 2020
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Some of California's toughest problems revolve around affordable housing and access to public transit, explains Kate Gordon, director of California Governor's Office of...
Part of Is California’s Climate Progress Going Up in Smoke? , January 2020
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Dan Esty outlines which communities the U.S. needs to address to "get over the hurdle [of climate policy] and get something done." Esty serves as Hillhouse professor of...
Part of Big Ideas with Dan Esty & Andy Karsner, February 2020
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Real change is defined by the fact that it endures even after the political pendulum swings, says Dan Esty, Hillhouse professor of environmental law and policy at the Yale...
Part of Big Ideas with Dan Esty & Andy Karsner, February 2020
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"We've got to take very seriously the learning laboratories of the states... they're much more attuned to the economic development locally," says Andy Karsner, senior...
Part of Big Ideas with Dan Esty & Andy Karsner, February 2020
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Except for Californian fires, almost every other climate change impact is happening in a red state, says Andy Karsner, senior strategist at X, the moonshot factory and former...
Part of Big Ideas with Dan Esty & Andy Karsner, February 2020
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Chris Field, faculty director at the Woods Institute for the Environment at Stanford University, discusses the challenges of predicting extinction in a rapidly warming world...
Part of What the 2030 Climate Deadline Really Means, February 2020
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Climate engagement strategist Renee Lertzman described the helpful framework for approaching climate engagement and action.
Part of What the 2030 Climate Deadline Really Means, February 2020
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"A lot of us hate simplicity, and we hate repetition -- but that's what works," affirms Fenton Communications founder David Fenton, emphasizing the potency of simple messages...
Part of What the 2030 Climate Deadline Really Means, February 2020
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People need to be able to explain why climate mobilization is critical in order to arouse the public into action, says campaign veteran David Fenton, founder of Fenton...
Part of What the 2030 Climate Deadline Really Means, February 2020
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When talking to people, you've got to address them where their brains are, says George Lakoff, professor of cognitive science and linguistics at UC Berkeley. In addressing...
Part of Me vs. We: What Matters Most for Climate Action? , February 2020
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"Only emergency-speed, transformative change of all of our systems can protect us, and the only way we're going to achieve [that] is building a movement that tells the truth...
Part of Me vs. We: What Matters Most for Climate Action? , February 2020
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Amanda Joy Ravenhill, executive director of the Buckminster Fuller Institute, encourages thinking beyond "doing less bad" -- reducing your carbon footprint -- to considering...
Part of Me vs. We: What Matters Most for Climate Action? , February 2020
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Humans look to place blame for everything from a stubbed toe to bad government policies, says Susan Clayton, professor of psychology and environmental studies at the College...
Part of COVID-19 and Climate: Human Response , March 2020
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Like climate change, Peter Atwater notes how the proximity of COVID-19 causes our anxiety to "rise exponentially" the closer it gets. Atwater is adjunct economics professor...
Part of COVID-19 and Climate: Human Response , March 2020
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What's good for you as a person is rarely good for the collective group, says Robert Frank, economics professor at the Cornell SC Johnson College of Business and author of...
Part of COVID-19 and Climate: Human Response , March 2020
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Dr. Bernstein, interim director of The Center for Climate, Health, and the Global Environment, Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health (Harvard C-CHANGE), says that climate...
Part of COVID-19 and Climate: Implications for Public Health , April 2020
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"We've seen a pattern where development of natural areas, typically for agricultural production... creates inroads...that facilitate human and wildlife interaction," says...
Part of COVID-19 and Climate: Implications for Public Health , April 2020

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