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Hard Truths from the Front Lines of the Sustainability Revolution

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59:17

Auden Schendler, Executive Director of Sustainability, Aspen Skiing Company; Author, Getting Green Done

What does the mechanic say when you ask him to put french fry oil in his $250,000 tractor? How do you actually make sustainability happen? Schendler will give us a peek under the hood of the green movement – what it means, in the trenches, to implement actual solutions to climate change.

This program was recorded in front of a live audience at the Commonwealth Club of California on April 7, 2009.

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National Ocean Policy: Working to Protect Our Oceans and Resources

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1:04:54

Sarah Chasis, Director of Ocean Initiative, Natural Resources Defense Council
Julie Packard, Executive Director, Monterey Bay Aquarium
Michael Thuss, Director and Member, Texas Water Conservancy Association Read more »

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After BP: Climate Progress?

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1:06:16

After BP: Climate Progress?
Joe Romm, Editor, Climate Progress
Senior Fellow, Center for American Progress Read more »

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Carbon Warriors: Roz Savage and David Kroodsma

Tue, Sep 28 2010 - 12:00pm

Carbon Warriors: Roz Savage and David Kroodsma

This program is cancelled

Roz Savage, Ocean Rower; Author
David Kroodsma, Cyclist; Author

Greg Dalton, Climate One - Moderator

Roz Savage rowed a small boat 8,000 miles across the Pacific Ocean, alone - a radical career change for a woman who used to work as a management consultant in a cubicle in London. Read more »

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Arnold Schwarzenegger

Mon, Sep 27 2010 - 12:00pm

Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger: Green Light or Red Light Ahead? 

Generously underwritten by PG&E

When Californians choose a successor to Governor Schwarzenegger this November, will the state stay the course on clean energy or take a new approach? Have recent energy laws brought investment capital  into the state or have they increased costs for companies and consumers? Has California’s central climate change law, AB 32, spurred new jobs and innovation or stifled business? Read more »

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Salt, Oil and Carbon

Wed, Sep 8 2010 - 6:00pm

Salt, Oil and Carbon
 
Jane Lubchenco
, Administrator, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
Nancy Sutley, Chair, Council on Environmental Quality, the White House
 
How well is the U.S. government managing the BP oil debacle? Will stricter review of offshore oil drilling hurt the economy? Where did all the oil go? Oil sloshing around the Gulf of Mexico is just one disaster unfolding in the world's oceans. Trash heaps, acidification, and declining fish stocks all point to an ecosystem out of balance. Read more »

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Cradle to California

Tue, Sep 7 2010 - 6:30pm

Cradle to California

This program is sold out

William McDonough, Architect and Author, Cradle to Cradle

American architect McDonough and German chemist Michael Braungart started the Cradle to Cradle revolution in manufacturing and design. Now they want to drive that integrated thinking deeper into the heart of capitalism. How? By creating a startup in Silicon Valley. Read more »

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L. Hunter Lovins: Making the Case for a New Energy Economy

Wed, Aug 25 2010 - 7:00pm

Making the Case for a Renewed Energy Economy

This program has been postponed

L. Hunter Lovins, President and Founder, Natural Capitalism Solutions

A Time “Hero of the Planet,” Lovins makes the economic case for moving aggressively to solve such challenges as global warming, peak oil and the vulnerability of our energy infrastructure. Read more »

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Jackie Speier: What Is a Woman Worth?

Tue, Aug 24 2010 - 6:00pm

What Is a Woman Worth?

Jackie Speier, Member of Congress, (D-CA)
Jan Yanehiro, Director of Multimedia Communications, Academy of Art University; Broadcast Journalist - Moderator

With more than 20 years in national, state and local political work, Speier has set precedents for women and what they are worth in creating state and national politics and policies. Read more »

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Power Shift: The US Navy And Global Energy Reform

Mon, Aug 16 2010 - 6:30pm

Power Shift: The U.S. Navy and Global Energy Reform 

Ray Mabus, Secretary of the U.S. Navy

Do biofuels really have enough oomph to power jet fighters and battleships? The Department of the Navy is already testing blends of renewable and traditional fuels and sees that as the way of the future. Navy Secretary Ray Mabus outlined an ambitious plan last fall mandating that half of the department's energy consumption, ashore and afloat, come from alternative sources by 2020. Read more »

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