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"We're transforming our planet without fully understanding what the long-term consequences will be", says climate scientist Ken Caldeira, who describes a recent lab...
Part of Sea Changes: Why Oceans Play A Bigger Role in Climate Than You Think, April 2019
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Policies, private sector partnerships, and smart investments can all help reduce pollution and improve ocean health, says California Coastal Commissioner Sara Aminzadeh....
Part of Sea Changes: Why Oceans Play A Bigger Role in Climate Than You Think, April 2019
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In today's capital-driven society, investing money in ocean tech entrepreneurs is the way to create truly scaleable change, says Daniela Fernandez, Founder and CEO of the...
Part of Sea Changes: Why Oceans Play A Bigger Role in Climate Than You Think, April 2019
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Professor of Journalism, Vanderbilt University; Author, The Fate of Food

Amanda Little's reporting on energy and climate change has taken her to ultra deep oil rigs, down manholes, into sewage plants, and inside monsoon clouds. She is a professor...
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Contributing Editor, Civil Eats

Twilight Greenaway has been writing about food and agriculture for over a decade. Her work has appeared in the New York Times, The Salt (NPR's food blog), the Guardian,...
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Co-Founder/Principal, SITELAB Urban Studio

As the co-founder and principal of SITELAB Urban Studio, an urban design and strategy firm, Laura Crescimano's work investigates the social and political power of space. Her ...
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We need to be constantly vigilant when it comes to protecting oceans from pollution, says Sara Aminzadeh, Commissioner with the California Coastal Commission. The evolution...
Part of Sea Changes: Why Oceans Play A Bigger Role in Climate Than You Think, April 2019
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Donald Trump's tweets mocking climate change are wrong, but we each need to try harder to push our respective parties closer to the middle, asserts former U.S. Representative...
Part of Republicans and a Democrat on Climate, April 2019
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Democratic National Committee Executive Committeewoman Christine Pelosi describes the kinds of environmental, health, and economic ideals we need to see represented by...
Part of Republicans and a Democrat on Climate, April 2019
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The bi-partisan Climate Solutions Caucus was an attempt to bring Republicans and Democrats together for a sincere dialogue, says former U.S. Representative Carlos Curbelo (R-...
Part of Republicans and a Democrat on Climate, April 2019
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The Green New Deal has prompted Republicans to ask themselves, "what kind of climate action do we support?" Any serious presidential candidate will need to put forward a plan...
Part of Republicans and a Democrat on Climate, April 2019
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PG&E has had a bad few years. A series of record-breaking wildfires culminating with 2018’s devastating Camp Fire propelled the California utility giant into lawsuits, $...
Part of How Climate Broke California’s Biggest Utility, April 2019
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Global temperatures would be soaring even higher were it not for a powerful heat-trapping ally: oceans. From regulating the temperature of the planet to generating half of...
Part of Sea Changes: Why Oceans Play A Bigger Role in Climate Than You Think, April 2019
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Founder + Principal, Studio O

A designer, urbanist, and spatial justice advocate, Liz Ogbu is a global expert on understanding and transforming unjust urban environments. From designing shelters for...
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"I have sued and beaten Donald Trump 21 times in a row," asserts Washington Governor and Democratic candidate Jay Inslee, who adds that climate change must be a first...
Part of Jay Inslee: The Climate Candidate, May 2019
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A 100% renewable electricity grid, new standards for retrofitting commercial buildings, improving financing for electric cars, and banning fracking are just some of the...
Part of Jay Inslee: The Climate Candidate, May 2019
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Author, The Dreamt Land: Chasing Water and Dust Across California

Mark Arax is an author and journalist whose writings on California and the West have received numerous awards for literary nonfiction. A former staffer at the Los Angeles...
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Reporter, Los Angeles Times

Diana Marcum writes about life in the small towns and rural areas of California for the Los Angeles Times. In 2015, she won the Pulitzer Prize for narrative portraits of farm...
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July 17th, 2019
Cycles of drought and rain have shaped California life since John Steinbeck’s writing seared the state’s water woes into national consciousness. Amplified by climate change,...
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"We are the optimists that understand this is a 'can-do' nation of 'can-do' people, who deserve a 'can-do' President," says Democratic candidate Jay Inslee.
Part of Jay Inslee: The Climate Candidate, May 2019

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