Climate One

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U.S. Secretary of the Interior Sally Jewell

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Thu, Nov 7 2013 - 6:30pm

Seating limited; please arrive early to ensure seats. Standing room available in the library.

Sally Jewell, U.S. Secretary of Interior

Conserving America’s natural heritage involves balancing competing interests and values. The Department of the Interior, which is responsible for extracting resources from public lands as well as protecting landscapes, is at the center of delicate balancing act. Read more »

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Fluid State: The Future of Water in California

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Fri, Jan 10 2014 - 12:00pm

Lois Wolk, California State Senator (D-Davis)

Jean Fuller, California State Senator (R-Bakersfield) Read more »

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Skeptics and Smog

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Tue, Dec 10 2013 - 12:00pm

Skeptics and Smog Read more »

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Nicholas Stern: The Stephen Schneider Award

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Wed, Dec 11 2013 - 5:30pm

Carbon Curves

Jane Lubchenco, Former Administrator, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration

Ben Santer, Climate Scientist, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory Read more »

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Forest Wars

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Wed, Dec 4 2013 - 6:00pm

Mike Korchinsky, Project Developer, REDD+ (Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and Degradation); Founder and CEO, Wildlife Works
TJ DiCaprio, Senior Director, Environmental Sustainability, Microsoft Corporation
Sissel Waage, Director of Biodiversity & Ecosystem Services, Business for Social Responsibility Read more »

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Fracked State: Powering California's Future

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Tue, Nov 5 2013 - 6:30pm

Fran Pavley, Senator, California State Senate
Annie Notthoff, California Advocacy Director, NRDC
Paul Deiro, Energy Lobbyist, KP Public Affairs

Governor Brown's signature on a bill regulating hydraulic fracturing upset just about everyone. Industry said it imposed harsh requirements on them and would hurt the economy. Environmentalists said last-minute changes appeased industry and put the state’s water and air quality at risk. Read more »

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