Noah Diffenbaugh, Associate Professor of Earth System Science, Stanford
Noah Diffenbaugh and other scientists have shed further light on why Californians should care about the weather up in the land of Santa Claus. A conversation on the connection between dirty fuels, white sea ice, brown lawns and what we can expect in the future now that we realize El Niño didn’t kill the drought.
Jill Buck, Founder and Executive Director, Go Green Initiative Association Frederic C. Rich, Author, Getting to Green: Saving Nature: A Bipartisan Solution
Pew polling reveals that the environment is one of the two things about which Republicans and Democrats disagree most. It wasn’t always this way. President Nixon created the EPA and President Reagan tackled the hole in the ozone and acid rain. President George Bush described himself as an environmental president. Read more »
Increasingly, we understand how the issue of climate change is actually a youth issue. It is they who will inherit the changed planet, and it is they will be tasked with cleaning it up. On the weekend of Earth Day, Climate One will host an exciting, multi-part event exploring how this is changing the landscape for young adults. At “Learning Green and Earning Green,” we will discuss careers available to young professionals looking to have an impact and how education is changing to support that. Read more »
Kip Andersen, Filmmaker, Cowspiracy and What the Health Nicolette Hahn Niman, Author, Defending Beef Jonathan Kaplan, Director, Food and Agriculture Program, National Resources Defense Council Read more »
Rachel Morello, Professor, Environmental Science, Policy and Management, UC Berkeley School of Public Health Linda Rudolph, Director, Center for Climate Change and Health, Public Health Institute Read more »
Ashley Boren, Executive Director, Sustainable Conservation Max Gomberg, Climate Change Manager, State Water Resources Control Board Bart Thompson, Director, Woods Institute for the Environment, Stanford University Read more »