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We need to be removing carbon from the atmosphere now to avoid two degrees of warming, argues Kate Gordon - and there's more than a few ways to go about it.
Part of A Four-Zero Climate Solution, November 2018
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Kate Gordon, Fellow at the Columbia Center on Global Energy Policy, explains the need to make an economic development argument in addition to an environmental one for clean...
Part of A Four-Zero Climate Solution, November 2018
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Only 10% of the energy you put into a car actually moves it says Hal Harvey, CEO of Energy Innovation LLC.
Part of A Four-Zero Climate Solution, November 2018
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There are several ways to deal with the intermittency of renewables, says Hal Harvey. Good transmission across geographies and regional variations of demand help bring us to...
Part of A Four-Zero Climate Solution, November 2018
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Arun Majumdar of Stanford's Precourt Institute for Energy explains the important timeline behind a tight carbon emission budget.
Part of A Four-Zero Climate Solution, November 2018
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Energy expert Arun Majumdar explains how the decreasing cost and increasing availability of electric vehicles will change the landscape of transportation in the U.S.
Part of A Four-Zero Climate Solution, November 2018
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"To cope with crises [such as the ones that impact our climate], we have to expand our capacity for bearing witness to pain and loss", says psychotherapist Leslie Davenport...
Part of Mind Over Chatter: Exploring Climate Psychology, November 2018
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Connection between tranquil, calm minds is a building block for rational climate solutions, says clinical psychologist Bryant Welch.
Part of Mind Over Chatter: Exploring Climate Psychology, November 2018
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"As humans, we don't always get things right", says climate engagement strategist, author, and speaker Renee Lertzman. But this shortcoming leads to opportunities for humans...
Part of Mind Over Chatter: Exploring Climate Psychology, November 2018
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Every 1/10 of a degree of climate change matters, says Noah Deich, - which is why we need every natural, technological, and direct air carbon capture option available...
Part of Going Carbon Negative, December 2018
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Sequestering CO2 emissions can be profitable, argues Noah Deich, Executive Director of Carbon180, and investments in the industry must be scaled up to meet future storage...
Part of Going Carbon Negative, December 2018
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Mike Biddle describes how going vegan, switching to bicycle transportation, and using solar power helped his family reduce their carbon footprint five times as much as...
Part of Going Carbon Negative, December 2018
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Planting perennials that outlive us is one easy thing we can all do to help sequester carbon in the soil says Diana Donlon, Director of Soil Centric.
Part of Going Carbon Negative, December 2018
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Removing the earth's critical soil cover carries bigger implications for carbon sequestration, water security, food, and more, says soil expert Diana Donlon.
Part of Going Carbon Negative, December 2018
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Warming limits of two degrees Celsius were established in part using the climate impacts we're already seeing, such as ice shelf collapse and flooding, explains Katharine...
Part of The Paris Agreement at Three: Floundering or Flourishing?, December 2018
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It's critical that the forthcoming COP24 climate agreement have "teeth" - a rigorous peer-reviewed set of rules, explains Katharine Mach, Senior Research Scientist at...
Part of The Paris Agreement at Three: Floundering or Flourishing?, December 2018
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Trevor Houser, Partner with the Rhodium Group, explains why climate accords are a particularly complex type of international agreement - and how the Paris Agreement set a...
Part of The Paris Agreement at Three: Floundering or Flourishing?, December 2018
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Trevor Houser lays out the four main actions he would take to reduce global CO2 emissions and end climate change.
Part of The Paris Agreement at Three: Floundering or Flourishing?, December 2018
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"We're conducting a once-in-a-lifetime global experiment for which we have no previous examples to look back on," says Noah Diffenbaugh, Professor at Stanford University.
Part of The Eighth Annual Stephen H. Schneider Award for Outstanding Climate Science Communication, January 2019
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Dr. Katharine Hayhoe describes evangelicals as "those who take the Bible's teachings seriously." Those teachings include caring for those who are less fortunate and for our...
Part of The Eighth Annual Stephen H. Schneider Award for Outstanding Climate Science Communication, January 2019

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