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    January 23, 2015:

    How Obama Can Reduce Carbon Emissions Without Congress
    Prof. Robert Pollin of Political Economy Research Institute (PERI) and Prof. Chris Williams of Pace University say that Obama can avoid a fight with the Republicans and still save taxpayers money and legally advance energy efficiency

      January 23, 2015

    Climate Change Crisis Buried in the State of the Union
    Prof. Robert Pollin of Political Economy Research Institute (PERI) and Prof. Chris Williams of Pace University says there is a lot that President Obama could do to reduce carbon emissions in spite of the Republican-controlled congress

      January 22, 2015

    Propane Gas Pipeline Threatening Portland's 'Climate Champion' Status
    Daphne Wysham, Climate Policy Fellow at the Center for Sustainable Economy, says that a new propane facility in Portland, Oregon is threatening to undermine a plan by the city to reduce its greenhouse gas emissions by 50% of 1990 levels

      January 15, 2015

    Keystone XL Pipeline Runs the Risk of Becoming a "Stranded Asset"
    Professor Paul Ekins, lead author of new study on climate change and carbon emission says majority of fossil fuel needs to stay in the ground to hold steady on 2 degrees Celsius target and that the European Union is taking climate change more seriously than the US Congress

      January 14, 2015

    Larry Summers is Proposing a Carbon Emission Tax
    Robin Hahnel author of Green Economics: Confronting the Ecological Crisis, says it deserves support

      January 12, 2015

    Elk River Chemical Spill One Year Later
    Cathy Kunkel, fellow with the Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis, says regulations have been tightened, but will they be followed?

      January 9, 2015

    Climate Change Denier to Take Over Senate Committee
    TRNN reporter Thomas Hedges continues the series of how a GOP-led Senate will change policy, this time in the arena of the Environment and Public Works Committee which Republican Senator James Inhofe will take over as chair.

      January 6, 2015

    Media Coverage on Climate Change Still Lagging (2/2)
    The Pentagons' spending bill approved at the end of last year in the calls for expediting permits for fracking in public lands explains Steve Horn from DeSmogBlog

      January 2, 15

    Media Coverage on Climate Change Still Lagging
    Steve Horn from DeSmog-Blog joins us to talk about most important but least covered environmental stories

      January 1, 15

    The Top 3 Climate Change Stories of 2014
    Environmental journalist Dahr Jamail recaps the three biggest climate events of 2014 that should be red flags for the world

      January 1, 15

    Worldwide Coal Production Continues to Grow
    There is no war on coal--neither the International Energy Agency (IEA) nor the Obama administration plan to reduce coal production, despite commitments to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, says analyst Jeff Biggers

      December 26, 2014

    Who Should Pay for the Costs of Climate Change?
    West Coast Environmental Law Attorney Andrew Gage and EcoEquity Director Tom Athanasiou discuss how corporations and governments can be held accountable

      December 22, 2014

    The Lima Accord: A Great Success or More Climate Catastrophe?'s Co-founder Jamie Henn says nations are not yet committing enough money to thwart climate change, and that next year's Paris conference will be a referendum on the planet's future

      December 16, 2014

    The People's Summit on Climate Change Calls For Energy Democracy
    Public health workers are fighting for the climate crisis to be treated as a public health crisis, and say their demands along with labor are not being addressed at COP20, says Jean Ross of the National Nurses United Council of Presidents.

      December 12, 14

    Quakers Organize National Protest Against PNC
    Activists are drawing attention to PNC's business relations with corporations that fund mountaintop removal coal mining

      December 11, 14

    COP20 Protesters Draw Attention to Corporate Presence at Negotiations
    The final agreement is unlikely to set a plan to phase out fossil fuels, says Chris Williams, professor of physics and chemistry at Pace University

      December 19, 14

    A Real Climate Treaty From COP20 Would Phase Out Fossil Fuels
    EcoEquity director Tom Athanasiou says a real split has emerged in the elite on whether to maintain an economy driven by fossil fuels or transition towards low or zero carbon through large-scale infrastructural development

      November 30, 14

    Animal Agriculture: A Neglected Agent of Global Warming?
    The co-producers of the documentary film "Cowspiracy" discuss the environmental impacts of animal agriculture - and why mainstream organizations have been silent about it

      November 20, 14

    Modernizing and Energy Efficiency Could Drastically Reduce CO2 Emissions
    It is absolutely possible to reduce CO2 emissions by making energy plants more effiient in places like China, US and Europe says Professor Giovanni Baiocchi of University of Maryland

      November 6, 14

    IPCC Synthesis Report Stops Short of Naming the Worst Emitters of CO2
    The science is rigorous but the report is a compromise between its findings and the worst emitters, says Professor Giovanni Baiocchi of University of Maryland

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