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U.S. Pioneers Water Saving in Fracking, But China's Nascent Shale Sector Lags   Transcript
06/25/15
Some U.S. shale oil producers are recycling water to save costs and to protect resources, methods that may be needed in China if the country experiences a fracking boom. >Ideas >Commentary
The Next Pig Idea  
Irene Pedruelo 06/15/15
Food waste expert and environmentalist, Tristram Stuart, has had an unexpectedly big idea that could change the world. >Ideas >Innovations
Chaos is an Order We Don't Understand   Transcript
Aseem Inam 06/10/15
Although many are among of the oldest in the world, cities in Africa, Asia, and Latin America are often defined as "chaotic." What can we learn from this apparent contradiction? >Ideas >Commentary
Aseem Inam
>Innovators >People
It’s Time for a U.S.-Canada Electric Auto Pact   Transcript
Jim Burpee, John Haffner 05/28/15
The Canada-U.S. auto pact of 1965 was a major milestone, but it is time for a renewed vision for Canada-U.S. automotive cooperation and for governments to get behind electric vehicles. >Ideas >Commentary
Jim Burpee
Jim Burpee is an energy consultant based in Toronto. >Innovators >People
John Haffner
John Haffner is the president of Haffner Group Ltd., a cleantech consultancy in Canada and Asia. >Innovators >People
Full Planet, Empty Plates   Transcript
05/26/15
"We are in transition today from an age of surpluses to an age of scarcity," says Lester Brown. The reasons are manifold and include population growth, climate change, and water scarcity. >Ideas >Commentary
Climate Change and the Catholic Church   Transcript
Jeffrey Sachs 05/18/15
Jeffrey D. Sachs defends Pope Francis from those who say he should stick to religion. >Ideas >Commentary
"Coach" Mark Smallwood
"Coach" Mark Smallwood is executive director at Rodale Institute, a nonprofit dedicated to pioneering organic farming through research and outreach. >Innovators >People
China's Polluted Soil and Water Will Drive Up World Food Prices   Transcript
04/24/15
The world's most populous country will be increasingly reliant on food imports, and the consequences will be global. >Ideas >Commentary
Human Rights—Help or Hindrance to Combating Climate Change?   Transcript
04/20/15
The human rights framework risks perpetuating a flawed development model that is the root of the problem. >Ideas >Commentary
Why Climate Change Divestment Will Not Work   Transcript
Scott Wisor 04/15/15
Instead of devoting scarce resources toward a divestment campaign, Scott Wisor argues we need to direct attention to the more urgent and effective task of placing a price on carbon. >Ideas >Commentary
Scott Wisor
Scott Wisor is lecturer and deputy director of the Centre for the Study of Global Ethics at the University of Birmingham. >Innovators >People
Not Free Vaccines, Mr. Gates, Just Sustainably-priced Ones   Transcript
Sara Crager 04/01/15
Recent comments made by Bill Gates publicly criticizing Doctors without Borders for calling for reductions in the prices of new vaccines leads to public outcry. >Ideas >Commentary
Sara Crager
Sara Crager is a chief resident in the Department of Emergency Medicine at University of California Los Angeles-Olive View Medical Center. >Innovators >People
Peter Burdon
03/31/15
Peter Burdon is a senior lecturer at the Adelaide Law School and deputy chair of the International Union for the Conservation of Nature Ethics Specialist Group. >Innovators >People
Four Countries Eclipse EU Renewable Goals Early   Transcript
03/27/15
While many countries struggle to cut emissions, Sweden, Bulgaria, Estonia, and Lithuania have met or surpassed their renewable energy target ahead of schedule. How? >Ideas >Commentary
Alison Singer
Alison Singer is a freelance writer and contractor for several environmental organizations. >Innovators >People
Good Environmental Policies Equal More Just Societies   Transcript
Alison Singer 03/09/15
Conserving natural resources and the environment is an integral part of a socially just society. The big challenge is to make sure that decision-makers recognize this—and act on it. >Ideas >Commentary

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