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This special episode is part of the My Climate Story series, published in partnership with Covering Climate Now, a global collaboration of more than 250 news outlets to...
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People weight two things when considering forgiveness, says Mica Estrada, associate professor at the Department of Social and Behavioral Sciences at UCSF. One, how important...
Part of Heavy Weather: Balancing Joy and Despair, September 2019
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Can we still find happiness in our daily lives without ignoring the dark reality of climate chaos? Author and meditation teacher Mark Coleman recalls experiencing just that...
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October 15th, 2019
America’s most popular alcoholic beverages are about to take a hit from climate. Mild, sunny growing conditions have made California king of a $62 billion wine industry, from...
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Wine Critic, The San Francisco Chronicle

Wine critic Esther Mobley joined the San Francisco Chronicle in 2015 to cover California wine, beer and spirits. Previously she was an assistant editor at Wine Spectator...
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Winemaker, Larkmead Vineyards

Dan Petroski was born and raised in Brooklyn, NY, and has the swagger and the accent to prove it. After attending Columbia University where he played football, Petroski went...
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"[Perfection] is not only unattainable -- it's necessary," argues Jonathan Safran Foer, whose new book We Are the Weather: Saving the Planet Begins at Breakfast illustrates...
Part of Jonathan Safran Foer: We Are the Weather , September 2019
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"It is now inappropriate for chefs not to have a plan to reduce food waste," says food expert Helene York. York argues that while food choices matter, reducing how much food...
Part of Jonathan Safran Foer: We Are the Weather , September 2019
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Actions that "stick", such as avoiding plastic straws, aren't always the most impactful ones, explains author Jonathan Safran Foer. "It's one thing to know that there is a...
Part of Jonathan Safran Foer: We Are the Weather , September 2019
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Eating a climate friendly diet is one of the most powerful things a person can do to cut their personal carbon footprint.  But virtuous individual action alone is not going...
Part of Jonathan Safran Foer: We Are the Weather , September 2019
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Director of Social & Environmental Impact, New Belgium Brewing

Katie Wallace gets it: when you open up a beer, you don't necessarily want to think about climate change. But that's exactly what Wallace does: as director of social and...
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We've seen what pressure from consuming countries (in the form of boycotting paper products) can do in terms of almost stopping deforestation in its tracks, says Forest...
Part of Scorched Earth: Culture and Climate Under Siege , September 2019
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Measurement reporting verification (MRV) systems use both satellite and ground data to monitor changes in forest cover, explains Tara O'Shea, Planet director of forest...
Part of Scorched Earth: Culture and Climate Under Siege , September 2019
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Hillhouse Professor of Environmental Law and Policy, Yale School of Forestry & Environmental Studies and Yale Law School

Dan Esty takes a practical, business-like approach to corporate environmental and economic planning issues. Esty serves as the Hillhouse Professor at Yale University with...
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February 10th, 2020
Can hip hop help bridge the divide between communities of color and environmentalism? Are strong regulations making fracking safer and cleaner? Environmentalists probably nod...
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January 14th, 2020
Our nation’s dependence on fossil fuels has led to climate disruption and inequality. Underserved communities are the ones most harmed by pollution, lack of green space and...
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This year has been one of record wildfires. From the Amazon to the Congo to California, forests are being decimated. And along with them, the stability of our climate.  But...
Part of Scorched Earth: Culture and Climate Under Siege , September 2019
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Over 9,000 fires were set this year are on indigenous lands in the Brazilian Amazon, says Paul Paz y Miño of Amazon Watch. Many of them a direct attack on indigenous...
Part of Scorched Earth: Culture and Climate Under Siege , September 2019
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"We're at this stage because we've treated the earth like a resource to be exploited for profit," argues Paul Paz y Miño, associate director of Amazon Watch. Fires in the...
Part of Scorched Earth: Culture and Climate Under Siege , September 2019
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Andrew Sabin Professor of Professional Practice, Columbia Law School

Michael Gerrard has spent decades defending the environment in the courts, handling environmental aspects on many development projects and appeals. He joined the faculty of...

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