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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

Daniel 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
The Green New Deal promises to take bold action on climate justice and rectify many of the inequities brought on by a fossil fuel economy. Advocates of the deal say the root...
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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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Executive Director, Southeast Louisiana Legal Services

Laura Tuggle has dedicated her efforts to public interests for 25 years, particularly in direct service, systemic work and public advocacy. Since 1993, she has worked with...
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Nicholas Kusnetz is a reporter for InsideClimate News. Before joining ICN, he ran the Center for Public Integrity's State Integrity Investigation, which won a New York Press...
Podcast
Climate change is affecting every aspect of our lives - our environment, our health, our economy and our future. And now, it’s even creeping into our courtrooms. Climate...
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Home Health Care Worker

Tanisia Reed Coachman is a home health care worker and single mother. At the time of the 2016 Houston Tax Day Flood, she was living in publicly subsidized housing at the...
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When Ridley Scott envisioned the dystopian Los Angeles of 2019 in “Blade Runner,” he probably didn’t think about how much energy would be needed to run those flying cars and...
Part of Cities for the Future: Where Life Meets Design, June 2019
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Cabernet Sauvignon, the lifeblood of Napa County, may be chased out by warm temperatures over the coming decades. One solution? Experimenting with new growing techniques and...
Part of Libation Migration: Beer, Wine and Climate Change, October 2019
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Regenerative agriculture could help turn one of beer's biggest impacts -- its agriculture footprint -- into a solution, says New Belgium Brewing director of social &...
Part of Libation Migration: Beer, Wine and Climate Change, October 2019
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As wildfires in northern California increase mid-growing season, grapes can sometimes emerge tasting like an ashtray, says San Francisco Chronicle wine critic Esther Mobley.
Part of Libation Migration: Beer, Wine and Climate Change, October 2019
Podcast
Americans 21 and older drank 26 gallons of beer and cider per person in 2018. But extreme weather due to climate change has started to disrupt the business of brewing. “Beer...
Part of Libation Migration: Beer, Wine and Climate Change, October 2019
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Distributing heavy bottles of wine around the world using diesel makes up 40-45% of the wine industry's greenhouse gas emissions, says Napa winemaker Dan Petroski.
Part of Libation Migration: Beer, Wine and Climate Change, October 2019
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California has long been on the frontlines of environmental protection. These days, however, the state is also on the frontlines of a destabilized climate, careening between...
Podcast
John Browne is a renowned figure in the energy industry and author of five books. He started working for British Petroleum as a college student in 1966 and served as CEO from...
Part of John Browne: Engineering the Future, October 2019

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