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The Climate Pod

Feb 1, 2023

Anyone serious about the climate crisis knows that we need to create a world powered free of carbon pollution sources. But how do we get there? Professor Mark Z. Jacobson has a plan and in his new book, No Miracles Needed: How Today's Technology Can Save Our Climate and Clean Our Air, he puts forth a plan for getting...


Jan 25, 2023

As the planet warms, droughts will be prolonged and communities around the world are going to be without the most critical resource to sustaining human life – water. By 2030, global demand for freshwater will exceed supply by 40 percent and two-thirds of the world's population will face regular water shortages. At the...


Jan 18, 2023

In mainstream media, environmental justice issues are often poorly covered or overlooked altogether. Even in 2022, when we saw extreme weather disproportionately impact frontline communities and the Jackson, Mississippi water crisis expose injustices in our public infrastructure, the environmental justice angle was...


Jan 11, 2023

If 2023 is anything like its predecessor, this year will be full of transformative events that change the trajectory of climate action across the globe. So what might happen this year that ends up defining our transition to clean energy transition and climate fight in 2023?

To help us answer this question, this week we...


Jan 4, 2023

Another year has come to an end. In 2022, we saw a number of events unfold across the globe that further emphasized the need to address the climate crisis with greater urgency and accelerate the transition to clean energy. This is Part Two of our look back of the year with some of the biggest newsmakers we spoke to in...