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Devin T. Stewart
Devin T. Stewart is senior program director and senior fellow at Carnegie Council for Ethics in International Affairs. >Innovators >People
Harvard School of Engineering and Applied Sciences
The Harvard School of Engineering and Applied Sciences (SEAS) is a school within Harvard University's Faculty of Arts and Sciences (FAS). It serves as the connector and integrator of Harvard's teaching and research efforts in engineering, applied sciences, and technology. >Innovators >Organizations
The Myth of Net-Zero Emissions   Transcript
12/08/14
The carbon capture and storage solution fails to address the root causes of global warming, and risks the advance of the zero-emissions goal. >Ideas >Commentary
Only 9 Percent of Public Ready to Eat Less Meat to Fight Climate Change   Transcript
12/03/14
Meat and dairy production accounts for 14.5 percent of greenhouse gas emissions, yet majority of people are unwilling to change diets.

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Stefanie Ambrosio
Stefanie Ambrosio is program assistant for Carnegie Council's Global Policy Innovations, U.S. Global Engagement, and Carnegie New Leaders programs. >Innovators >People
Matthew Claudel
Matthew Claudel is a research fellow at the MIT Senseable City Laboratory. >Innovators >People
Feeding Nine Billion
Feeding Nine Billion (F9B) is an online project devoted to explore and better understand the implications of having to feed a growing world population. >Innovators >Organizations
Stratospheric Controlled Perturbation Experiment   Publication
11/17/14
A team of researchers at Harvard is now trying to asses the risks of solar geoengineering. >Ideas >Briefings
Is the 2015 Paris Conference the Last Chance to Save Our Planet?   Transcript
11/14/14
We have squandered the chance of keeping global warming below two-degree Celsius limit unless we take draconian action, says climate scientist Kevin Anderson. >Ideas >Commentary
The Urban Village   Transcript
Carlo Ratti, Matthew Claudel 11/04/14
Computational social science is showing why cities thrive. When a city doubles in size, every measure of economic activity increases by about 15 percent per capita. >Ideas >Commentary
Stanford Social Innovation Review
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Local Food Systems: A Green Way of Life, or a Luxury Only for Elites?   Transcript
10/28/14
While many celebrate salad greens, the local food movement is cultivating exclusivity and becoming less and less budget friendly. >Ideas >Commentary
Thomas T. Samaras
Thomas T. Samaras is the founder of Reventropy Associates, a research group established in 1993 to provide critical analyses of the various impacts of larger body size on our society, the earth and the environment. >Innovators >People
China Could Move First to Geoengineer the Climate   Transcript
Olivia Boyd
As geoengineering advocates talk up the "technofix" approach to climate change, governments may start intervening unilaterally in earth's systems, says Clive Hamilton. >Ideas >Commentary
A Critical Look at Geoengineering Against Climate Change  
10/10/14
Environmental scientist David Keith proposes a cheap, effective, shocking means to address climate change: What if we injected a huge cloud of ash into the atmosphere to deflect sunlight and heat? >Ideas >Video
What Are the Ecological Costs of China’s Future Food Imports?   Transcript
10/09/14
China's growing agribusinesses and demand for soybeans and meat is bringing intensive farming and the risk of further deforestation in Brazil and beyond. >Ideas >Commentary
Olivia Boyd
Olivia Boyd is a journalist and editor based in London. >Innovators >People
Asit K.Biswas
Asit K. Biswas is an Indian environmental scientist and academic. He is the President of the Third World Center for Water Management. >Innovators >People
UN Population Growth Data is Bad News for Climate   Transcript
09/19/14
Most greenhouse-gas emissions and climate-change predictions have been based on the assumption that the planet's burden of humans will peak around 2050, and then begin a slow decline; but new analysis suggests an 80% probability global population will keep rising. >Ideas >Commentary
Jose Luis Vivero Pol
Jose Luis Vivero Pol is an anti-hunger and social rights activist with fourteen years of experience on food security policies and programs, food rights and advocacy, and food sovereignty in Latin America, Africa and the Caucasus. >Innovators >People

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