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Dec 26, 2019

Understanding what we buy and wear it comes from is important, but is it enough? Journalist Tatiana Schlossberg tell us about how our purchases are linked to the global climate crisis. Nevertheless, she says — individual choices are no substitute for action at the international level from big business, governments and...

Dec 19, 2019

It was a sour end to the climate negotiations in Madrid, Bloomberg has a new plan, and the waning narrative of natural gas as a bridge fuel. Then climate writer Bill McKibben on what's at stake when it comes to fighting the climate crisis at the ballot box next year.

Dec 12, 2019

Host Jeff Nesbit in Madrid for COP25. He says that while none of Trump's senior officials showed up, several prominent American climate leaders want the world to know they're still in. Then, a window into a 2020 strategy to boost green candidates with Gene Karpinski — the President of the League For Conservation Voters.

Dec 5, 2019

COP25 has begun and Trump’s senior staff is missing in action. In his absence, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi leads the charge. Our hosts talk conference politics, along with a new star-studded, initiative to tackle emissions. Then, Michael Bloomberg’s biographer gives us a deep dive into his potential to capture the...

Nov 27, 2019

An extended cut of Host Jeff’s Nesbit’s conversation with former presidential candidate and current Washington State Governor Jay Inslee. He muses on the scope of executive authority in curbing emissions and what's being done in his home state.