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Assistant Division Chief, Industrial Strategies Division, California Air Resources Board

Rajinder Sahota is an assistant division chief at the California Air Resources Board. Her portfolio of responsibilities includes management of the Cap-and-Trade Program, the...
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Senior Scientist, Stockholm Environmental Institute

Derik Broekhoff has worked on energy and climate policy for more than 18 years, with an emphasis on greenhouse gas accounting, emissions trading, and carbon offsets. His...
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Dusty Baker has spent a lifetime outdoors fishing and hunting. He has seen first hand the effects of climate change in declining animal populations, extreme heat and glacial...
Part of How Pro Sports Can Be a Player in Climate, August 2019
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"My goal with the Green Sports Alliance working with ESPN, Major League Baseball, Major League Football, NFL, USTA all the sports team together is to channel that energy and...
Part of How Pro Sports Can Be a Player in Climate, August 2019
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Jim Thompson had Dick Lamm speak to his students at the Stanford Business School, and the framework for policy change that he shared is applicable to climate change ... it...
Part of How Pro Sports Can Be a Player in Climate, August 2019
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Yes, says Rober McClendon, focusing on youth and youth engagement can help drive impact.
Part of How Pro Sports Can Be a Player in Climate, August 2019
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From stadiums packed with fans, to food, beer, and waste – pro sports can have a big carbon footprint. But could the core values of athletics — integrity, teamwork, and...
Part of How Pro Sports Can Be a Player in Climate, August 2019
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Can we beat the traffic by taking to the skies? For more than a century, the automobile has ruled our city streets, chaining us to grid-shaped streets choked with lines of...
Part of From Wheels to Wings: Our Flying Car Future, August 2019
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Associate Director, Amazon Watch

Paul Paz y Miño has lived in Chiapas, Mexico and Quito, Ecuador, promoting human rights and community development and working directly with indigenous communities. Paz y Miño...
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President, Forest Stewardship Council U.S.

Corey Brinkema believes in the power of buying products from certified responsibly managed forests to help prevent deforestation. Brinkema joined the Forest Stewardship...
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Director of Forest Programs, Planet

Tara O'Shea is passionate about realigning natural, social and economic systems through strategic design, communications, and stakeholder engagement. As the director of...
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“One of the things that gets me most excited is thinking about the future in which we’re pulling traffic off streets in the city,” says JoeBen Bevirt, founder and CEO of Joby...
Part of From Wheels to Wings: Our Flying Car Future, August 2019
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Compared to a Lyft or Uber driver, a pilot's productivity for just a few people is 20-30 times more efficient, and allows the pilot to be paid much more, says Joby Aviation...
Part of From Wheels to Wings: Our Flying Car Future, August 2019
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We invested in infrastructure for airports and air traffic control -- so too should we for other forms of autonomous flying transportation, says "The Flying Car Show" host...
Part of From Wheels to Wings: Our Flying Car Future, August 2019
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Community acceptance is different than community readiness, according to Akin Gump attorney Jennifer Richter. Noise and privacy concerns are just a few of the "hot buttons"...
Part of From Wheels to Wings: Our Flying Car Future, August 2019
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"The next decade is forecast to be the greatest period of urban migration in human history," says Uma Subramanian, CEO of Aero Technologies. According to Subramanian, cities...
Part of From Wheels to Wings: Our Flying Car Future, August 2019
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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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Senior Fellow Emerita, Woods Institute for the Environment, Stanford University

Terry Root's research focuses on the possible mass extinction of species with global warming. As a senior fellow emerita at the Woods Institute for the Environment at...
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Climate change is upending Miami’s real estate markets, turning one of its poorest neighborhoods into some of the most desirable real estate around. It’s a phenomenon known...
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"We used to go out into nature for solace, refuge," says Mark Coleman, mindfulness meditation teacher. "...if we love, we're grieving for that which we're losing." What rises...
Part of Heavy Weather: Balancing Joy and Despair, September 2019

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