Podcast
Do you live somewhere that might actually benefit from climate change? Rising temperatures and seas will produce losers and winners. Some parts of the world will see more...
Part of Climate Winners and Losers, May 2018
Event
August 20th, 2019
Blade Runner, Star Wars, and “The Jetsons” envisioned futuristic worlds of flying cars and mile-high commutes. Now, dozens of companies are moving forward with airborne...
Podcast
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
Event
August 8th, 2019
Americans spend $56 billion attending sporting events each year — but at what cost to the climate? From stadiums packed with energetic fans to food, beer, and waste,...
Podcast
What does a former advisor to Richard Nixon think about the climate crisis? “This is turning out exactly the way scientists predicted, with one exception: it’s happening...
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Founder, Baker Energy Group; Special Advisor to the San Francisco Giants

Baseball legend Dusty Baker is going to bat for solar energy. After two decades managing in the big leagues, Baker now leads Baker Energy Team, an energy company focused on...
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Executive Director, Green Sports Alliance

Roger McClendon blends his passion for basketball and sustainability as executive director at the Green Sports Alliance, where he leads international sports and stadium...
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Founder and CEO, Positive Coaching Alliance

Jim Thompson knows that good coaching can have a positive and transformational impact on youth. Thompson founded the the Positive Coaching Alliance at Stanford University in...
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Founder and CEO, Joby Aviation

JoeBen Bevirt is transforming the daily commute with revolutionary aviation technologies. Bevirt founded Joby Aviation in 2009 to reimagine air transportation, taking more...
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Partner, Akin Gump

Jennifer Richter has spent nearly three decades representing the technology and communications industry. As partner with Akin Gump Strauss Hauer and Feld LLP, she specializes...
Podcast
How will we feed a planet that’s hotter, drier, and more crowded than ever? Much of it starts with innovators who are trying to re-invent the global food system to be more...
Part of The Fate of Food , June 2019
Video
"It's gotta be both", argues Fate of Food author Amanda Little of the varied solutions offered by both high-yield industrialized agriculture, and more localized, traditional...
Part of The Fate of Food , June 2019
Video
Author Amanda Little explains how conventional meat companies like Tyson are keeping an eye on disruption in the meat industry, investigating ways they can be part of the...
Part of The Fate of Food , June 2019
Video
Policies that support young farmworkers are key to a prosperous food future, says Twilight Greenaway, contributing editor for Civil Eats.
Part of The Fate of Food , June 2019
Video
"It's a deep irony that the people growing our food face some of the biggest risks related to climate change," explains Twilight Greenaway, contributing editor at Civil Eats...
Part of The Fate of Food , June 2019
Podcast
The climate conversation in Washington has changed enough that Democrats and Republicans are talking climate deals. A lot of that change can be attributed to the Green New...
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U.S. Senator (D-MA)

Senator Ed Markey has spent over forty years championing telecommunications, energy, and environmental issues for the state of Massachusetts. He co-authored the 2009 Waxman-...
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U.S. Representative (R-FL)

Representative Matt Gaetz believes that mitigating climate change will take bipartisan cooperation, environmental deregulation and stronger commitments to American innovation...
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Energy and Environment Reporter, The Hill

For Montecito, California native Miranda Green, the deadly southern California wildfires and 2018 Montecito mudslides hit close to home. Green covers energy and environmental...
Video
"When farmers sell water to cities -- when that water leaves the farm belt, and goes up over the mountains so L.A. can build more houses across the desert -- that is, to me,...
Part of The Land of Dreams and Drought, July 2019

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