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Spoken word artist Isabella Borgeson shares her piece on Super Typhoon Haiyan (Yolanda), one of the strongest storms that hit the Philippines on November 8, 2013.
Part of Earth Day with Climate One: Learning Green, April 2016
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Eco Rapper John Romankiewicz shares his latest piece "Occupy Rooftops".
Part of Earth Day with Climate One: Learning Green, April 2016
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Student activist Luis Martinez discusses climate change and what's important to high school students.
Part of Earth Day with Climate One: Learning Green, April 2016
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Climate One talks to Minda Berbeco, Programs and Policy Director at the National Center for Science Education discusses the challenges of climate education in classrooms.
Part of Earth Day with Climate One: Learning Green, April 2016
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Charlotte MacAusland, Commercial Channel Partner Manager at SolarCity, and Lyrica McTiernan, Sustainability Manager at Facebook, discusses clean tech jobs and industries.
Part of Earth Day with Climate One: Earning Green , April 2016
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Leonard Adler, CEO of Green Jobs Network, discusses the plethora of methods and opportunities to dive into the sustainability industry. "You can find these opportunities, but...
Part of Earth Day with Climate One: Earning Green , April 2016
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Keely Wachs, Director of Communications at Clif Bar, discusses the complexities of building the largest solar plant in the Mojave Desert, including battling environmentalists...
Part of Earth Day with Climate One: Earning Green , April 2016
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Katherine Walsh, Director of the Student Environmental Resource Center at UC Berkeley discusses emerging industries for new graduates. "Energy is still huge, especially in...
Part of Earth Day with Climate One: Earning Green , April 2016
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Spoken word artist Terisa Siagatonu shares her piece on climate change and talking about climate change.
Part of Earth Day with Climate One: Earning Green , April 2016
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Peter Willcox retells his story of when the Rainbow Warrior was blown up in Auckland by French military personnel in protest of nuclear testing in the Pacific. "All of us on...
Part of Sea Heroes: Extreme Edition, May 2016
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Liz Taylor, President of DOER Marine and daughter of famed oceanographer Sylvia Earle, discusses the importance of protecting our oceans. "We need to stop treating the ocean...
Part of Sea Heroes: Extreme Edition, May 2016
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Stiv Wilson, Story of Stuff's Director of Campaigns, discusses cleaning up the ocean through beach cleanup and how microbeads are contaminating our waters. "The key is we...
Part of Sea Heroes: Extreme Edition, May 2016
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Climate One's lightning round with Sam Liccardo, Mayor of San Jose, Libby Schaaf, Mayor of Oakland, and Phil Ting, California State Assemblymember (D-19).
Part of Liccardo, Schaaf & Ting vs. Global Warming, April 2016
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"Last year we had a banner year where we really double down on our climate change legislation," says California State Assemblymember Phil Ting. "We're really going to...
Part of Liccardo, Schaaf & Ting vs. Global Warming, April 2016
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"We’re fast becoming one of the highest concentrations of solar related companies and organizations of anywhere in America," says Oakland Mayor Libby Schaaf on clean-tech...
Part of Liccardo, Schaaf & Ting vs. Global Warming, April 2016
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Climate One's May TV show featuring segments from After El Nino: Now What?, Health Hazards of One Degree, and Liccardo, Schaaf and Ting vs. Global Warming.
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Climate One's June TV show featuring segments from Learning Green and Earning Green.
Part of Earth Day with Climate One: Learning Green, April 2016
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Climate One's June TV show featuring segments from Learning Green and Earning Green.
Part of Earth Day with Climate One: Earning Green , April 2016
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Andy Karsner, Managing Partner at Emerson Collective, discusses how lower income communities can also benefit from solar panels and new technologies. "We made them outsource...
Part of Tom Steyer & Andy Karsner: Making Good on the Promise of Paris , June 2016
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"The fact of the matter is if you go around the country pretty much without exception, Republican voters do not have their heads in the sand," says philanthropist Tom Steyer.
Part of Tom Steyer & Andy Karsner: Making Good on the Promise of Paris , June 2016

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