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Sunday, April 2 at 8 am. As Buffalo Springfield sang in 1967, “There’s something happening here…” But today’s youth revolution is happening far beyond the Sunset Strip. The Trump administration’s dismissal of climate change as a legitimate concern is energizing a new generation of teenage activists.

Sunday, March 5 at 8 am. The story of the American West is deeply rooted in the Colorado River, which delivers fresh water to seven thirsty states before crossing the border into Mexico.  But every year, 41 million Americans take more water out of the Colorado than nature puts into it.         

Compassion is a universal virtue, but is it innate or taught? Have we lost touch with it? Can we be better at it?

Climate One

Jul 23, 2013

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July 25 – Walmart: Emit Less, Live Better
Aron Cramer, President and CEO, Business for Social Responsibility
Andrea Thomas, Senior Vice President of Sustainability, Walmart

Walmart, McDonald's and other large companies are pushing their suppliers to reduce packaging, waste and energy use to save companies money and reduce carbon pollution. The goals of zero waste and 100 percent renewable energy are big and audacious. Are they achievable?

Climate One

Jul 16, 2013

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July 18 - Warrior Writers

Bill McKibben, Founder, 350.org; Author, Earth: Making A Life on a Tough New Planet
Antonia Juhasz, Author, Black Tide; Investigative Reporting Program, UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism

Climate One

Jul 9, 2013

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July 11 – Climate Correspondents
Imelda Abano, President, Philippine Network of Environmental Journalists Inc., Philippines
Gustavo Faleires, Environmental Journalist and Knight Fellow, Brazil
Lican Liu, Water Director, Greenovation Hub, China
Michael Simire, Deputy Editor, Sunday Independent, Nigeria

Climate One

Jul 4, 2013

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July 4 – Google’s Eric Schmidt and Jared Cohen
Two architects of our digital future talk about innovation and the implications of a connected world.

Climate One

Jun 25, 2013

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June 27 – Water, Food & Energy: Marvin Odum

 

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Jun 18, 2013

June 20 – Pipeline Paradigm

 

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Jun 11, 2013

June 13 – Christiana Figueres

 

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Jun 4, 2013

June 6 – Petropoly

 

Climate One for April

Apr 16, 2013

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April 18 – Bracing for Impact: Bay Area Vulnerabilities
   While an earthquake may be the region’s biggest vulnerability, the specter of climate-driven severe weather is looming larger. What can government, businesses and citizens do to get ready?

Wine Country on the Move?

Apr 15, 2013
Flickr user Jennifer Woodard Maderazo

It is the iconic image of Napa and Sonoma -- neat rows of grapevines. But how long will it last? As temperatures  rise, scientists warn many classic wine growing regions will become less viable. At the same time, new land will become ripe for grape growing, possibly creating problems for the wildlife currently there. As KRCB's Danielle Venton  reports, climate scientists and wine makers say now is the time to start preparing.

Climate One for April

Apr 9, 2013

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April 11 – Bracing for Impact: America’s Risks and Resilience

   Drought, wildfires, and superstorms hit the US hard in 2012. How are communities adjusting to the new normal and preparing for future extreme weather?

Climate One for April

Apr 2, 2013

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April 4 – American Turnaround: Ed Whitaker

  

A global CEO talks about the state of American manufacturing and getting back to profitability with the launch of the Chevy Volt.
 

Trina Wood

At times during the winter and early spring it looks like a vast inland sea between Sacramento and Davis. This is the Yolo Bypass, which shunts Sacramento River floodwater around the state capital during high flows. You drive over the bypass on a three-mile-long elevated stretch of Interstate 80 known as “the Causeway” (the Blecher-Freeman Memorial Causeway). The bypass is also the site of a lot of innovative fish and wildlife work.

Climate One for February

Feb 26, 2013

Thursday, February 28 at 7 pm

Fracturing is turning energy markets upside down. How will the flood of natural gas impact the way America powers its economy and moves people and goods around? Leaders from one of the country’s biggest energy companies and one of the largest environmental organizations discuss the issues from their perspectives.

Climate One for February

Feb 19, 2013

Thursday, February 21 at 7 pm

Youth advocates and social entrepreneurs have worked with millions of students around the country, educating them on how to reduce their carbon footprint. Can the next generation save us all? Join the conversation.
 

Climate One for February - Clean Clothes

Feb 12, 2013

Thursday, February 14 at 7 pm

What lies ahead in making the $200 million US clothing industry more sustainable? How does sustainability in the US affect factories in China? We’ll talk with leaders in the effort to run sustainable companies that make durable and responsible products.

New eyes on the Pineapple Express

Dec 6, 2012
NOAA

Every year California about half of the precipitation, and almost all of the flooding, results from just a handful of intense storms... like the "Pineapple Express." At the American Geophysical Union meeting this week in San Francisco, scientists announced the installation of a new network of sensors and observatories to predict how hard these storms will hit.

Bodega Bay will soon be home to the first of four "atmospheric river observatories." KRCB's Danielle Venton has the story.