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While touring in Europe, Graham Nash asked many of the people across the continent whether or not they are being affected by climate change.  "They had no idea what was going...
Part of Graham Nash, November 2013
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"Humans are problem-solving animals -- you would never know it reading the press," said environmentalist Paul Hawken. He and NY Times writer Andy Revkin discussed how...
Part of Carbon Gift, October 2013
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"We have been fracking in California for 60 years and we have done it safely," according to Paul Deiro, an energy lobbyist with KP Public Affairs. "We believe in transparency...
Part of Fracked State, November 2013
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Kofi Bonner, President of Lennar Communities, covers some of his companies forward looking strategies to combat rising seas. From innovative landscape techniques to...
Part of Metro Revolution, September 2013
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Mayor Ed Lee discusses what he and the city of San Francisco are doing to move toward a low-carbon future. From infrastructure, to promoting small businesses, the City is...
Part of Metro Revolution, September 2013
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Wyoming is the largest coal producing state in the U.S., making up 30% of the state's GDP.  Because Wyoming is also home to Yellowstone National Park, Jackson Hole Mountain...
Part of Mountain Meltdown, October 2013
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Porter Fox, Features Editor of Powder Magazine and author of DEEP: The Story of Skiing and the Future of Snow, discusses traveling across the U.S. and meeting people who have...
Part of Mountain Meltdown, October 2013
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"The stakes are significant in terms of the communities that are dependent on tourism," says Mike Kaplan, President & CEO of Aspen/Snowmass. Ski resorts are adapting to...
Part of Mountain Meltdown, October 2013
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"Nobody wants to show up at the lodge when there's drizzle going on," says Oregon State University Professor of Geosciences and Hydroclimatology Anne Nolin.  Lower elevations...
Part of Mountain Meltdown, October 2013
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President & CEO of Whistler Blackcomb Dave Brownlie discusses how climate change has a larger impact on mom and pop ski shops than on big ski resorts.  He also notes how...
Part of Mountain Meltdown, October 2013
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In 2007, Professional snowboarder Jeremy Jones founded Protect Our Winters, an organization that focuses on engaging and mobilizing the winter sports community to lead the...
Part of Mountain Meltdown, October 2013
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Rising interest in clean power is presenting electric monopolies with competition for the first time. Community choice aggregation (CCA) gives towns and cities the...
Part of Power Choice, June 2013
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Larry Goulder and Tony Juniper respond to the notion that environmental actions are bad for the economy.  Goulder states that looking at the costs of environmental action in...
Part of Nature's Price Tag, July 2013
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Amy Larkin discusses how Greenpeace has worked with international businesses to help them become more green.  Greenpeace first worked with Coca-Cola during the 2000 Sydney...
Part of Environmental Debt, July 2013
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Larry Goulder discusses the bright and dark spots in the United States' policy on climate. Goulder discusses cap and trade, carbon taxes, and the EPA's plans to control...
Part of Nature's Price Tag, July 2013
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John Hofmeister discusses with Greg Dalton how the global climate crisis is a problem that needs political help to be solved.  Hofmeister states that since the political...
Part of Environmental Debt, July 2013
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David Baker and Abrahm Lustgarten discuss how fracking and natural gas may be used as a bridge to transition consumers from oil energy to renewable energy.  However, for the...
Part of Fracking News, July 2013
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While fracking generally doesn't cause earthquakes, the deep injection disposal wells used to eliminate the water waste created by fracking, often do.  David Baker and Abrahm...
Part of Fracking News, July 2013
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What is a CCA, or Community Choice Aggregation?  Climate One discusses what a CCA is exactly, and that rising interest in clean power is presenting electric monopolies with...
Part of Power Choice, June 2013
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Brian Fagan, author of The Attacking Ocean, speaks with Climate One on a brief history of surging bodies of water, with the North Sea as his main example.
Part of Sea Surge, June 2013

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