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When Californians think of Texas, images of JR Ewing and pump jacks quickly come to mind. But the Lone Star State is greener... more

Texas Surprise

April 2017
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As we look back at 2016, it’s not hard to pick the biggest news story of the year: the presidential election, from the... more

2016: From Paris To Trump

December 2016
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With stock market values at near-record highs, again, how is the clean tech sector doing? One index of solar stocks is down... more
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Can Clean Tech Clean Up Our Future?

February 2017
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This documentary from Academy Award winner Charles Ferguson examines the power of climate solutions already available.... more

Time to Choose Movie Screening

June 2016
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A hundred nuclear power plants generate about 20 percent of the electricity in the United States. One of those was San... more
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Old Nukes, New Nukes

March 2016
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Climate One went on the road for a tour of the UN Climate Summit in Paris. We began in the diplomatic compound on the... more

Climate One in Paris

December 2015
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The United States does not have a national energy policy. On Tuesday, April 5, at Climate One, three experts long involved... more

Energy Policy: What's Next?

April 2011
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Sprint wants to be recognized as the green leader in the wireless industry, said CEO Dan Hesse in a return visit to Climate... more

Cell Power: Sprint CEO Dan Hesse

April 2011
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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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The hunt for “black gold” has been going strong for decades, and oil companies have invested billions in extracting fossil... more
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Drilling in the Amazon and Arctic

October 2015

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