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Deputy Editor at New York Magazine; Author of The Uninhabitable Earth: Life After Warming

David Wallace-Wells is deputy editor of New York Magazine, where he writes frequently about climate and the near future of science and technology, including his widely read...
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May 6th, 2019
According to David Wallace-Wells, we’re cooked — literally. In his new book The Uninhabitable Earth, Wallace-Wells explores how climate change will impact not just the planet...
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May 2nd, 2019
Obama chose health care. Trump went with taxes. Presidential hopeful Jay Inslee is the only candidate with a very different top priority: to stop climate change. With a laser...
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President & CEO, Cradle to Cradle

Peter has worked for over 25 years to accelerate global adoption of practices that enhance human health, environmental wellbeing and quality of life for all. As Senior Vice...
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Gina McCarthy, director of Harvard C-Change, gives her take on the Green New Deal and comments on reactions to Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez.
Part of Climate One at Harvard: John Holdren and Gina McCarthy , April 2019
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Student Activist

Isha Clarke feels it is essential to pair environmental activism with environmental justice so we can can create a just and equitable world, while maintaining a livable...
Podcast
How far would you go to make your voice heard on climate change? College student Tim DeChristopher disrupted an auction for oil and gas leases - and landed in prison. Georgia...
Part of Fighting Fossil Fuels All the Way to Prison, January 2016
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Bay Area Chapter Coordinator, Sunrise Movement

Morissa Zuckerman is a Sunrise Movement Bay Area chapter coordinator, helping to build a movement of young people to make climate change an urgent political priority, create...
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Student Activist

Sarah Goody is a middle school student from Marin County, California. She is passionate about raising awareness of climate change and empowering youth to act for their future...
Video
Ratepayer money should go directly toward fire prevention, not paying for damages after fires have taken their toll, argues Mark Toney, Executive Director of the The Utility...
Part of How Climate Broke California’s Biggest Utility, April 2019
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Disabled people must have access to a reliable built environment, says climate resilience and disability rights specialist Alex Ghenis. As the climate changes, their right to...
Part of How Climate Broke California’s Biggest Utility, April 2019
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Historic drought levels, hundreds of millions of dead trees accumulating near power lines - PG&E isn't the only utility that will need to drastically reform their...
Part of How Climate Broke California’s Biggest Utility, April 2019
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"Expect a lot more blackouts", says San Francisco Chronicle Energy Reporter J.D. Morris. A forced blackout program -- selectively shutting down power lines to during times of...
Part of How Climate Broke California’s Biggest Utility, April 2019
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State utility regulators should be in PG&E's boardroom, at meetings, overseeing public decisions, and really understanding how regulations are carried out by thousands of...
Part of How Climate Broke California’s Biggest Utility, April 2019
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PG&E may have declared bankruptcy, but their 12,000+ electrical workers and contractors still need to know that they'll have a job to come back to, says Hunter Stern,...
Part of How Climate Broke California’s Biggest Utility, April 2019
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California energy regulators need to get to work to fiercely protect ratepayer money, says former California Public Utilities Commissioner Loretta Lynch. Lynch argues that...
Part of How Climate Broke California’s Biggest Utility, April 2019
Podcast
While the environmental movement is typically associated with upper-class white folk, it is also a civil rights issue. Communities of color often live closest to factories...
Part of Oppressive Heat: Climate Change and Civil Rights , October 2017
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Architect and Founding Partner, Gehl Architects

Architect Jan Gehl's "people-first" appoach to urban planning has been credited with helping turn Copenhagen into one of the world's most liveable cities. Gehl is currently a...
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June 3rd, 2019
Cities around the world are bracing for a growth spurt. With over half of the global population living in urban centers, and another 2.5 billion expected to join them by 2050...
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June 18th, 2019
How do we go about feeding a planet that’s hotter, drier, and more crowded than ever? From a remote-controlled organic farm in Shanghai, a Norwegian fish farm, and famine-...

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