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Even if people don't choose to retreat from areas prone to increased flooding, sea level rise, fires, and more, it's desirable to think about a plan to ensure people are safe...
Part of Building a Resilient Tomorrow, January 2020
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We judge risks based off our own experiences and those of people close to us, explains Alice Hill, senior fellow for Climate Change Policy at the Council on Foreign Relations...
Part of Building a Resilient Tomorrow, January 2020
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"We're one of the financial stabilizers of the economy, because when we have catastrophes, that's what we're preparing people for," says Janet Ruiz, Strategic Communications...
Part of Building a Resilient Tomorrow, January 2020
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How do we build communities that are more resilient than the ones we were raised in?  Climate-fueled floods, fires and droughts have devastated America’s cities and rural...
Part of Building a Resilient Tomorrow, January 2020
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Johnstone Family Professor of Psychology, Harvard University

Steven Pinker is an experimental psychologist who conducts research in visual cognition, psycholinguistics, and social relations. Currently Johnstone Professor of Psychology...
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American Indian Studies Lecturer, California State University San Marcos

Dina Gilio-Whitaker (Colville Confederated Tribes) is a lecturer of American Indian Studies at California State University San Marcos, and an independent consultant and...
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President and Chief Executive Officer, The Trust for Public Land

An internationally recognized conservation leader, Diane Regas joined The Trust for Public Land in the spring of 2018 as president and CEO. Previously, Regas worked for more...
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Co-Founder, Extinction Rebellion; Author, Common Sense for the 21st Century: Only Nonviolent Rebellion Can Now Stop Climate Breakdown and Social Collapse

Roger Hallam is a PhD researcher on civil disobedience at King's College London and an organic vegetable farmer. He has been a vegan for 34 years. In 2018 he co-founded...
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California has been at the forefront of America’s climate fight since Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger signed Assembly Bill 32, the country’s first major climate law, in 2006....
Part of Is California’s Climate Progress Going Up in Smoke? , January 2020
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California's wildfire emissions are "outstripping greenhouse gas cuts across the economy by nine times," says Rachel Becker, citing a recent report on the state's climate...
Part of Is California’s Climate Progress Going Up in Smoke? , January 2020
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Cement, aviation, and lumber are some lesser-know Californian industries undergoing exciting technology advancements, according to Kate Gordon, director of California...
Part of Is California’s Climate Progress Going Up in Smoke? , January 2020
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California's ability to maintain its status as a climate leader is an issue of will, says F. Noel Perry, founder of the non-profit Next 10. The state needs to regain that...
Part of Is California’s Climate Progress Going Up in Smoke? , January 2020
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Some of California's toughest problems revolve around affordable housing and access to public transit, explains Kate Gordon, director of California Governor's Office of...
Part of Is California’s Climate Progress Going Up in Smoke? , January 2020
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Partner, Bracewell

Scott Segal has more than two decades of experience across a broad range of policy and communications issues, with particular experience dealing with energy, the environment...
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Partner, Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher LLP

Theodore J. Boutrous, Jr., a partner in the Los Angeles office of Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher LLP, is global Co-Chair of the firm’s Litigation Group and previously led the...
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Senior Legal Reporter, Bloomberg Environment

Ellen M. Gilmer is senior legal reporter for Bloomberg Environment in Washington, D.C., covering environmental litigation. She previously wrote about policy and legal issues...
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Shirley Shapiro Professor of Environmental Law; Faculty Co-Director, Emmett Institute on Climate Change and the Environment

Ann Carlson is the Shirley Shapiro professor of environmental law and the faculty co-director of the Emmett Institute on Climate Change and the Environment at UCLA School of...
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What do Big Pharma, Big Tobacco and Big Oil have in common? They’ve all been brought under fire, and into the courts, for knowingly causing public harm, and even death, with...
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Dan Esty outlines which communities the U.S. needs to address to "get over the hurdle [of climate policy] and get something done." Esty serves as Hillhouse professor of...
Part of Big Ideas with Dan Esty & Andy Karsner, February 2020
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Real change is defined by the fact that it endures even after the political pendulum swings, says Dan Esty, Hillhouse professor of environmental law and policy at the Yale...
Part of Big Ideas with Dan Esty & Andy Karsner, February 2020

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