December 13th, 2019
In this week’s episode we revisit conversations with two writers who confronted the climate challenge with new books in 2019. In his most recent book The Uninhabitable Earth: Life...Read More
December 6th, 2019
In this special episode, we look back at the climate stories of 2019 by listening to excerpts from a year of climate conversations: If You Won’t, We Will: Youth Action on Climate...Read More
November 29th, 2019
MSNBC host Chris Hayes tweeted in 2018 that every time he has covered climate it has been a “palpable ratings killer,” while This American Life host Ira Glass says climate change...Read More
November 22nd, 2019
When more than a thousand Amazon employees walked off the job last September, it wasn’t higher wages or better benefits they were demanding.  “It was a really, really powerful...Read More
November 15th, 2019
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 1995...Read More
November 8th, 2019
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...Read More
November 1st, 2019
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 is...Read More
October 25th, 2019
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 sky-...Read More
October 18th, 2019
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 change...Read More
October 11th, 2019
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 if a...Read More