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A growing number of Californians are opting for clean electricity to run their TVs and toasters.  But how much do we... more
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Competition for Power

September 2015
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Hank Paulson believes that climate change is the biggest risk we face, and not just because of the environment.  “It’s... more
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Hank Paulson: Dealing with China

April 2015
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If you’ve got fossil fuel stocks in your retirement account – and most of us do, whether we know it or not – you could be in... more
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The Carbon Bubble

March 2015
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For the past few years, skyrocketing oil prices have had Americans on a gasoline diet. We’re walking more, using public... more
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Cheap Gasoline

February 2015
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Gas prices are plummeting as fracking has unleashed a gusher of American oil.  California’s cap and trade program is... more
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Oil Ahead

January 2015
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Carpooling of old has morphed into real-time ride sharing with total strangers and car sharing among consumers looking to... more
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Borrowed Wheels

March 2013
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Tim Koopman is a fourth-generation rancher; his family has been raising cattle on their ranch in Alameda County since 1918,... more
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Meatonomics

February 2014
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Can idealism and capitalism coexist?  Just ask Jigar Shah and Brad Mattson.  Both are running successful companies... more
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Creating Climate Wealth

September 2014
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 Scientists around the world, most notably the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), have issued major... more
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Stormy Science, Rocky Investments

June 2014
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U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack and U.S. Trade Representative Michael Froman spoke about all aspects of farming... more
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Ag & Trade

November 2013
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The snow sports industry is going through rocky times.  A two-degree Celsius increase may be hard for most people... more
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Mountain Meltdown

October 2013
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Forty years after the 1973 OPEC oil embargo disrupted American life, two statesmen who lived through the crisis looked at... more
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OPEC Oil Embargo +40

October 2013
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The ocean’s health is like someone who is middle-aged and has had too many burgers and smokes, according to Smithsonian... more
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Blue Economy

October 2013
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America is corn country, the world’s largest producer of the crop. U.S. companies first started blending corn with gasoline... more
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Corn, Cars and Cows

August 2013
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The Great Recession was caused by a “misguided growth model,” according to Bruce Katz, vice president of the Brookings... more
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Metro Revolution

September 2013
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An emerging area of economics aims to put a price on nature as a way of justifying preserving it in societies dominated by... more
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Nature's Price Tag

July 2013
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 By focusing on developing the economy for decades, politicians and business leaders have done little to account for... more
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Environmental Debt

July 2013
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Supporters of hydraulic fracturing see it as a driver of affordable domestic energy that can create jobs. Opponents see a... more
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Fracking News

July 2013

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