Podcast
California reservoirs are at healthy levels this year, but the state’s water system remains in crisis. Ken Salazar, Secretary of the Interior
Part of Secretary Ken Salazar, September 2011
Podcast
“Humanity needs nature to thrive.” For Peter Seligmann, who delivers that line, and Jib Ellison, who shares the stage with him at this Climate One panel, the abundant...
Part of Ecosystem Services, September 2011
Podcast
In this Climate One conversation, two of the most influential environmentalists of the past 30 years share the same stage for just the second time in their long careers in...
Part of Blessed 350, September 2011
Podcast
The 1,700-mile Keystone XL pipeline would carry heavy crude oil from Alberta to America’s Gulf Coast refineries. Cassie Doyle, Consul General, Canada; Former Canadian Deputy...
Part of Canada's Oil Sands, August 2011
Podcast
Energy underpins our civilization. It’s hardly surprising that convincing people to use less of something so tied to their comfort and survival is challenging. Rev. Canon...
Part of Power Down, July 2011
Podcast
The fact that Robert F. Kennedy Jr. is so readily embraced by progressives can conceal that his message is an inherently conservative one.  Robert F. Kennedy, Jr., Senior...
Part of Robert F. Kennedy, Jr., June 2011
Podcast
Making California’s farms more energy efficient, and ensuring that farmers can adapt to a warmer planet, will be a decades-long challenge, agrees this panel of experts...
Part of Crops, Cattle & Carbon, June 2011
Podcast
In the post-World War II boom, previous generations prioritized cheap electricity and economic development over salmon. On the West Coast, huge dams blocked rivers and sprawl...
Part of Salmon Odyssey, June 2011
Podcast
Infill development is hard. Even in California, one of the few states to have given local officials guidance on how to plan for growth, building smart, sustainable projects...
Part of Sustainable Urbanism, May 2011
Podcast
It’s a love story gone horribly wrong. Big cars, ever-bigger homes, distant suburbs – all of it kept afloat by cheap oil. If this American arrangement ever made sense, it...
Part of Peter Calthorpe: Urbanism in the Age of Climate Change, May 2011
Podcast
Wal-Mart is not a sustainable company, says author Edward Humes. But the mega-retailer is making money by investing in sustainability. The story of how Wal-Mart made the...
Part of Wal-Mart: Force of Nature or Greenwashing?, May 2011
Podcast
Consumers are ready for electric vehicles. Entrepreneurs and policymakers just need to hustle to work out the kinks in the nationwide networks that will charge the cars, says...
Part of Charge It, May 2011
Podcast
Fifteen years have passed since a major automaker has attempted to market an electric vehicle. Within five years, rare will be the auto showroom that lacks one. But before...
Part of Pole Position, May 2011
Podcast
In this Climate One conversation at the Mark Hopkins Hotel, in San Francisco, Senator Dianne Feinstein touches on some longtime pursuits – national security experience and...
Part of Senator Dianne Feinstein: Guns, Drones and Carbon, April 2011
Podcast
Forward-thinking companies are coming to realize that sustainability isn’t just good for their bottom lines; it makes it easier to win over customers and compete in the...
Part of Measure What?, April 2011
Podcast
Sprint wants to be recognized as the green leader in the wireless industry, says CEO Dan Hesse in this return visit to Climate One. Dan Hesse, CEO, Sprint Nextel
Part of Cell Power: Sprint CEO Dan Hesse, April 2011
Podcast
This panel agrees that nuclear power, despite offering the promise of carbon-free electricity and safer next-generation reactors, is challenged by steep upfront costs and...
Part of Nuclear Power: Setting Sun?, April 2011
Podcast
The United States does not have a national energy policy. In this panel convened by Climate One three experts long involved in the US energy debate conspire to shape their...
Part of Energy Policy: What's Next?, April 2011
Podcast
Outside of the Oval Office, one of the most influential voices in the energy debate is Jim Rogers, Chairman and CEO of Duke Energy. Here Rogers talks about the future of...
Part of Jim Rogers: Duke of Energy, April 2011
Podcast
In the mid-1980s, actor Ted Danson was walking along a Santa Monica beach when he noticed a sign: “Water polluted, no swimming.” "Trying to explain that to my kid was hard,"...
Part of Ted Danson: Our Endangered Oceans, March 2011

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