Podcast
For the first time in 30 years, two new nuclear plants are in the works in the US. But in light of the Fukushima plant disaster in Japan, along with shifting energy markets,...
Part of Nuclear Revival?, June 2012
Podcast
"What's on the horizon for clean tech? What are the barriers to innovation and what role should the government play? Climate One speaks to Dan Adler (President, California...
Part of Innovation Power, June 2012
Podcast
Concerned citizens who seek to reduce their individual impact on climate change are often misguided in their choices. Transportation? Household energy use? Food? Where can...
Part of Green Myths Busted, May 2012
Podcast
ExxonMobil CEO Lee Raymond said in 2000 that there was "no convincing scientific evidence" that carbon dioxide would disrupt the Earth's climate. Nine years later, CEO Rex...
Part of Steve Coll: ExxonMobil and American Power, May 2012
Podcast
In the midst of all the doom and gloom about the economy, where's the hope for building resilience back into family and community finances? Which personal choices will make a...
Part of Crash Course, April 2012
Podcast
What's driving electric car sales? Who's buying, and which manufacturers understand how to market to these buyers? Does VC capital and government funding help or hinder...
Part of Covering Electric Cars, April 2012
Podcast
"When Americans step into the voting booth, what influences their decisions on energy issues? Join us as we explore public attitudes underlying America’s energy future.”...
Part of Power Poll, April 2012
Podcast
Wild weather and growing population are increasing stress on global fresh water supplies. Scientists project more extremes of both too much and not enough water in some...
Part of Water World, March 2012
Podcast
From courtrooms to diplomatic enclaves, youth advocates are clamoring to make their voices heard. Climate Progress dubbed 21-year-old college student Abigail Borah the “...
Part of Speaking Youth to Power, March 2012
Podcast
After decades of globalization there’s a new current pulling the other direction. Local food caught on and now people are thinking about buying other products from another...
Part of Going Local, March 2012
Podcast
Having posted the most profitable year in it history, General Motors seeks to drive technology toward a cleaner future. GM CEO, Dan Akerson says the “new GM” wants to be part...
Part of GM CEO, Dan Akerson, March 2012
Podcast
California’s scheme to reduce carbon pollution is forging ahead even though Washington DC and other states have hit the brakes on similar efforts. How is the state’s main...
Part of Covering Carbon, March 2012
Podcast
None of the experts gathered for this Climate One conversation expect much to come from the United Nations climate change negotiations.That’s not to say they think action has...
Part of From Durban to Rio, February 2012
Podcast
Have regulators, environmentalists, and automakers reached détente on the need to boost the fuel efficiency of America’s vehicle fleet? If one judges by the bonhomie...
Part of Cruising 55, February 2012
Podcast
Clean energy has boomed in recent years, but to guarantee its continued growth investors need stable, long-term policy support, according to three of the Bay Area’s leading...
Part of Power Plays: Media Roundtable, February 2012
Podcast
Can large solar farms and the California desert co-exist? Yes, says this expert panel, which includes state and federal policymakers, California Resources Agency Secretary...
Part of Sun Spots, January 2012
Podcast
2011 has been marked by extreme weather. In the U.S. alone, a record dozen disasters caused more than $1 billion in damage. This, and the release last month of a special UN...
Part of Wild Weather, December 2011
Podcast
The event is a moving tribute to the late Stanford University climatologist Stephen Schneider, as Richard Alley is honored as the inaugural winner of the Stephen H. Schneider...
Part of Dr. Richard Alley: The 2011 Stephen H. Schneider Award for Outstanding Climate Science Communication, December 2011
Podcast
Climate change “is going to dominate our world in the next century. It’s a very big risk, but it’s also a tremendous opportunity, if we make the right choices,” says Dan...
Part of Boom or Bust?, November 2011
Podcast
In the wake of the collapse of solar panel maker Solyndra, the solar industry has received front-page treatment for the first time. Dan Shugar, CEO, SolariaTom Dinwoodie, CTO...
Part of Sun Up, November 2011

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