Environment

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Carbon Exchange 101: Controlling Emissions and Boosting the Economy

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59:07

Eileen Tutt, Deputy Secretary for Climate Change and Environmental Justice, Cal EPA
Lawrence Goulder, Professor of Environmental and Resource Economics, Stanford University
Josh Margolis, CEO, Cantor CO2e
Greg Dalton, Vice President, The Commonwealth Club – Moderator Read more »

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World Bank: Driving Incomes Up, Carbon Down

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1:05:55

World Bank: Driving Incomes Up, Carbon Down

Katherine Sierra, Vice President for Sustainable Development, World Bank Group
Awais Khan, Lead, Clean Tech Venture Capital Practice, KPMG
Greg Dalton, Founder of Climate One at The Commonwealth Club Read more »

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National Ocean Policy: Working to Protect Our Oceans and Resources

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29.7Mb
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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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Climate Change Effects On Animal and Plant Species - Conservation Corridors

Tue, Sep 28 2010 - 6:00pm

Climate Change Effects on Animal and Plant Species: Conservation Corridors

Healy Hamilton, Ph.D., Director, Center for Biodiversity Research and Information, California Academy of Sciences

Hamilton’s recently published study in Nature discusses the network of habitats such as forests, deserts, reefs and tundra, lakes, and oceans. She worries the magic carpet ride is unraveling before our eyes as the effects of climate change are seen in temperature and rainfall, causing shifts in the locations where species can survive. Read more »

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The Magic of ODC, Transforming San Francisco Arts and Environment

Thu, Sep 16 2010 - 6:00pm

The Magic of ODC, Transforming San Francisco Arts and the Environment

Brenda Way, Founder and Executive and Artistic Director, Oberlin Dance Collective
Lori Laqua,  Managing Director, ODC
Rob Bailis, ODC Theater Director
Kary Schulman, Director, Grants for the Arts, City & County of San Francisco

Join ODC in celebrating the completion of their $20 million arts complex in San Francisco's Mission District. Read more »

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Running out of Water: The Looming Crisis and Solutions to Conserve Our Most Precious Resource

Wed, Sep 8 2010 - 12:00pm

Running Out of Water: The Looming Crisis and Solutions to Conserve our Most Precious Resource

Susan Leal, Fellow, Advanced Leadership Initiative at Harvard University; Former Head, San Francisco Public Utilities Commission

The world is well on its way to running out of fresh water, says Leal, but there are ways to fix this problem. 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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Spin It Green: The Story of Marissa Muller

Thu, Aug 19 2010 - 6:00pm

Spin It Green: The Story of Marissa Muller

Marissa Muller, Solar-Powered Bicycle Pioneer

After graduating from business school in Spain, Muller returned home to California and worked with her family in building her vision: a solar powered electric bike. During her 1,000-mile solo adventure on the roads of California, she visited 14 high schools, offering a seminar on solar and electric vehicles, and sparking a dialogue with the students to start brainstorming ways to combat our energy and environmental challenges. Read more »

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Beyond Dualities: Power and Love for Women and Men

Tue, Aug 17 2010 - 6:00pm

Beyond Dualities: Power and Love for Women and Men

Miki Kashtan, Co-founder, BayNVC

Despite impressive gains won through decades of feminist activism, many women are still either serving in traditional supportive roles or asked to forego care and love and adapt to a harsh, competitive, and impersonal work-world. Nonviolent Communication (NVC) offers the premise that women and men share the same human needs and can therefore connect and work together effectively. Read more »

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