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Senator Dianne Feinstein

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Wed, Apr 27 2011 - 6:00pm

Senator Dianne Feinstein

 

Member, United States Senate (D-CA) Read more »

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Measure What? and Cell Power: Sprint CEO Dan Hesse

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Fri, Apr 15 2011 - 10:00am

Measure What? and Cell Power: Sprint CEO Dan Hesse

Michel Gelobter, Chief Green Officer, Hara
Eric Olson, Senior Vice President, Advisory Services, BSR
Glen Low, Principal, Blu Skye Read more »

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Nuclear Power: Setting Sun?

Fri, Apr 8 2011 - 12:00pm

Nuclear Power: Setting Sun?

Jacques Besnainou, CEO AREVA Inc.
Lucas Davis, Professor, Haas School of Business, UC Berkeley
Jeff Byron, Former Commissioner, California Energy Commission 

How will deadly explosions at two Japanese nuclear power plants affect plans to build new reactors in the United States? French engineering giant AREVA aims to participate in President Obama's planned revival of nuclear energy in America. Where does that stand now? Read more »

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Duke of Energy and Energy Policy: What's Next?

Tue, Apr 5 2011 - 10:00am

The Future of Energy

Duke of Energy

Jim Rogers, Chairman and CEO, Duke Energy

Will the United States adopt a nationwide plan for generating electricity with clean energy? How will that affect consumer prices? How will it affect the country’s greenhouse gas emissions? Are electric utilities ready for electric cars? One of America’s most prominent energy executives, Rogers has been featured on “60 Minutes” and played a leading role in the cap-and-trade debate. Read more »

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Ted Danson: Our Endangered Oceans and What We Can Do to Save Them

Tue, Mar 22 2011 - 12:00pm

Ted Danson: Our Endangered Oceans and What We Can Do to Save Them

This program is sold out.

Actor; Environmentalist; Author, Oceana

Few people realize that celebrated actor Danson has devoted himself to heading off a global catastrophe: the destruction of our oceanic bio-systems and the collapse of the world’s major fisheries. Danson discusses his journey from joining a local protest to founding the world’s largest organization focused solely on ocean conservation. Read more »

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Generation Hot

Wed, Mar 9 2011 - 6:00pm

Generation Hot

Mark Hertsgaard, Author, Generation Hot
Scott Harmon, Sustainability Advisor to Boy Scouts of America
Alec Loorz, Founder, Kids-vs-Global-Warming.com

What are kids doing about their future in a world with a swelling population, receding glaciers and weird weather? There’s a move afoot to activate 100 million boy and girl scouts to develop skills for more sustainable living. Read more »

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American Wasteland

Mon, Mar 7 2011 - 6:00pm

American Wasteland

Jonathan Bloom, Author, American Wasteland
Michael Dimock, President, Roots of Change
A.G. Kawamura, Former Secretary, California Department of Food and Agriculture

Americans generate enough food waste to fill the Rose Bowl each day. How sustainable can that be? What is the economic and environmental cost of such a system? How will climate change affect our year-round cornucopia of food? Read more »

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EVs + Smart Grid

Thu, Jan 13 2011 - 9:00am

People Power: Rethinking Electricity

Dian Grueneich, Former Commissioner, California Public Utilities Commission
Mark Duvall, Director of Electric Transportation and Energy Storage, Electric Power Research Institute
Ted Howes, Partner, IDEO

How will electric utilities adapt to a world of distributed generation and choice among formerly captive customers? Will utilities become a combination of eBay and UPS, shuttling electrons between many buyers and sellers? Read more »

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Laurie David:Why Family Dinners Matter: How Every Concern Crosses Your Dinner Plate

Tue, Nov 9 2010 - 6:00pm

Why Family Dinners Matter: How Every Concern Crosses Your Dinner Plate

Laurie David, Producer, An Inconvenient Truth; Author, The Family Dinner

Research has shown that children who have regular dinners together with their parents do better in almost all areas of life, from higher grades in school to maintaining loving relationships, to avoiding bad behaviors like drugs, alcohol, and promiscuity. Read more »

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Science As A Contact Sport

Wed, Nov 3 2010 - 12:00pm
Science As A Contact Sport

Ben Santer, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
Noah Diffenbaugh, Professor, Environmental Earth System Science, Stanford Uninversity
Greg Dalton, Climate One - Moderator

How are the venomous personal attacks on climate scientists impacting their work? Is the scrutiny causing them to be even more cautious than they are by nature? A chilling effect? What needs to be done to make scientists better public communicators?
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