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Mar 31, 2020

Coronavirus brought the 2020 election to a screeching halt. Climate was once a top issue in the Democratic primary, but it’s been overtaken by a virus and a looming economic apocalypse. 

Primaries are delayed. Traditional campaigning has stopped. Biden is hiding out, preparing for the general election. Bernie...


Mar 26, 2020

As the economy shuts down, people around the world have noticed an unintended side effect: cleaner air. As it turns out, all that pollution has been making us sicker and potentially more vulnerable to outbreaks like coronavirus.

In this episode, we talk to Dr. Ari Bernstein about the links between climate change, health...


Mar 19, 2020

A wild news cycle has our hosts bantering about the primary results, the presidential debate and of course -- the COVID19 pandemic. 

Then, a conversation with Pulitzer Prize-winning environmental writer Elizabeth Kolbert. The climate crisis is already here, but there's still time to steer the planet away from its worst...


Mar 16, 2020

The pandemic arrived, and the Trump White House was unprepared.
 
In this episode, we talk with Pulitzer Prize winning journalist Laurie Garrett about the botched U.S. response to coronavirus. Well unpack the climate-public health connection when it comes to preparing for disasters.
 
Plus, TIMEs energy and...


Mar 11, 2020

Michigan and five other states doled out delegates during Tuesday's democratic primary vote. With Biden taking the lion's share, Sanders has officially become the longshot candidate.

For more on how a Sanders administration would execute his revolutionary agenda for the planet -- and how Biden could rise to the occasion...