Jan 30, 2020
A new survey shows that Americans are increasingly worried about climate change. We talk with Tony Leiserowitz -- Director of the Yale Program on Climate Change Communication -- about how this trend has big implications for the kinds of candidates and policies voters are likely to support. And we learn about the six...
Jan 23, 2020
Asset management company BlackRock has over $7 trillion in assets, making it a powerful, behind-the-scenes force in finance. A new letter from the company’s CEO has huge implications for how asset managers consider the long-term financial risks of a changing climate. Afterward, our hosts break down the headlines,...
Jan 16, 2020
Some American voters still don’t trust the science of climate change. Climate Scientist Naomi Oreskes explains why that might be. Then the headlines, which include an announcement that could dramatically shape the future of fossil fuel finance.
Jan 9, 2020
Activists have their sights set on big banks as a key lever of power in the climate fight. Environmentalist Bill McKibben explains how a new generation can say no to fossil fuel financing. Then, Hosts Jeff and David tell us what American politicians can learn from the severe bushfires in...
Jan 2, 2020
An extended cut of Host David Gelber’s conversation with MSNBC Anchor Chris Hayes.