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Surprising Solutions To The Climate Crisis
June 19, 2019

Surprising Solutions To The Climate Crisis

Dr. Jonathan Foley, Executive Director of Project Drawdown, explains how solving climate change can save the world money. What’s even better? We have the tools to do it today.

Surprising Solutions To The Climate Crisis

Dr. Jonathan Foley, Executive Director of Project Drawdown, explains how solving climate change can save the world money. What’s even better? We have the tools to do it today.

Nature’s Solution
June 12, 2019

Nature’s Solution

We could get a third of the way to our climate change goals without any technology at all. All we need is to turn to the power of nature. Here are three natural strategies that could help us solve the climate crisis.

Nature’s Solution

We could get a third of the way to our climate change goals without any technology at all. All we need is to turn to the power of nature. Here are three natural strategies that could help us solve the climate crisis.

From Tree Leaves To Hyperloops
June 10, 2019

Climate Solutions From Tree Leaves To Hyperloops

There are tons of high-tech climate change solutions just around the corner, but there are hundreds of others that are already here.

Climate Solutions From Tree Leaves To Hyperloops

There are tons of high-tech climate change solutions just around the corner, but there are hundreds of others that are already here.

Declare A Climate Emergency
June 3, 2019

Declare A Climate Emergency

The activist group Extinction Rebellion shut down London for 10 days to get the U.K to declare a climate emergency. Christina Moses ‏explains what happened next.

Declare A Climate Emergency

The activist group Extinction Rebellion shut down London for 10 days to get the U.K to declare a climate emergency. Christina Moses ‏explains what happened next.

Not Too Latte To Swap Palm Oil
May 28, 2019

Not Too Latte To Swap Palm Oil

Palm oil is in almost everything, and it’s responsible for huge amounts of deforestation across the globe. Scottish Entrepreneurs Fergus Moore and Scott Kennedy have found a way to replace it, using nothing more than a cup of coffee.

Not Too Latte To Swap Palm Oil

Palm oil is in almost everything, and it’s responsible for huge amounts of deforestation across the globe. Scottish Entrepreneurs Fergus Moore and Scott Kennedy have found a way to replace it, using nothing more than a cup of coffee.

Climate Mission Critical
June 13, 2019

Climate Mission Critical

America’s top military officials are warning of a major new threat on the horizon: climate change. 

Climate Mission Critical

America’s top military officials are warning of a major new threat on the horizon: climate change. 

Big Pollutions’s Lawyer
May 10, 2019

You may never have heard of Bill Wehrum, but he’s been put in charge of your air at the EPA. Once you learn who he is and about his conflicts of interest, you may want to change that.

You may never have heard of Bill Wehrum, but he’s been put in charge of your air at the EPA. Once you learn who he is and about his conflicts of interest, you may want to change that.

Sleeping Through Extinction
May 10, 2019

A new U.N. report says a million species are at risk of extinction. Where are the emergency meetings?

A new U.N. report says a million species are at risk of extinction. Where are the emergency meetings?

Big Banks Back Big Oil
April 15, 2019

#WarOnOurFuture: Big Banks Back Big Oil

The big banks talk a big game about going green, so why are they pouring big bucks into fossil fuels?

#WarOnOurFuture: Big Banks Back Big Oil

The big banks talk a big game about going green, so why are they pouring big bucks into fossil fuels?

Environmental Inequity
April 4, 2019

#WarOnOurFuture: Environmental Inequity

Communities of color may not be producing the majority of America’s pollution, but they’re far more likely to be exposed to its effects.

#WarOnOurFuture: Environmental Inequity

Communities of color may not be producing the majority of America’s pollution, but they’re far more likely to be exposed to its effects.

What Killed The Puffins?
June 18, 2019

What Killed The Puffins?

Thousands of puffins died all at once off the coast of Alaska. Now, scientists finally know the reason why.

What Killed The Puffins?

Thousands of puffins died all at once off the coast of Alaska. Now, scientists finally know the reason why.

The Hottest Place On Earth
June 17, 2019

The Hottest Place On Earth

330 million people are blistering under a 122 degree heatwave in India, and it won’t be the last one.

The Hottest Place On Earth

330 million people are blistering under a 122 degree heatwave in India, and it won’t be the last one.

Orangutan Extinction
June 7, 2019

Orangutan Extinction

If we don’t stop deforestation, orangutans could go extinct within the next ten years. Harrison Ford goes to Indonesia to learn what’s going on.

Orangutan Extinction

If we don’t stop deforestation, orangutans could go extinct within the next ten years. Harrison Ford goes to Indonesia to learn what’s going on.

Taking The Climate For Granted
May 22, 2019

Climate change isn’t all melting glaciers and warming weather. Here are six ways climate change will impact you that you may never have considered.

Climate change isn’t all melting glaciers and warming weather. Here are six ways climate change will impact you that you may never have considered.

The Future Of Elephants
May 14, 2019

In 1930, there were approximately 10 million elephants in Africa. Today there are only 350,000. By 2030, there could be zero.

In 1930, there were approximately 10 million elephants in Africa. Today there are only 350,000. By 2030, there could be zero.

Jay Inslee’s Climate Plan
June 5, 2019

Jay Inslee calls himself the climate candidate for President, and he has just released a plan to tackle the crisis.

Jay Inslee calls himself the climate candidate for President, and he has just released a plan to tackle the crisis.

A Beto Climate Plan
May 30, 2019

Beto O’Rourke may be from a fossil fuel state, but that hasn’t stopped him from releasing a five trillion dollar plan to stop the climate crisis in its tracks. Do you think this plan has what it takes?

Beto O’Rourke may be from a fossil fuel state, but that hasn’t stopped him from releasing a five trillion dollar plan to stop the climate crisis in its tracks. Do you think this plan has what it takes?

This Land Is Our Land
May 8, 2019

What if we could put America’s public lands to work fighting climate change? Elizabeth Warren has released a plan to do just that, which is now being considered by a committee in congress. 

What if we could put America’s public lands to work fighting climate change? Elizabeth Warren has released a plan to do just that, which is now being considered by a committee in congress. 

The Climate Debate
April 29, 2019

The Climate Debate

The Democratic Party is holding twelve debates to decide the nominee for President, but it wont commit to making even one of them about the climate crisis. Voters and even some of the candidates are trying to change that.

The Climate Debate

The Democratic Party is holding twelve debates to decide the nominee for President, but it wont commit to making even one of them about the climate crisis. Voters and even some of the candidates are trying to change that.

Green New Reality Check
March 29, 2019

#TimeToVoteOnClimate: Green New Reality Check

When Congressman Sean Duffy disparaged the Green New Deal as “an elitist fantasy,” Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez gave him a reality check.

#TimeToVoteOnClimate: Green New Reality Check

When Congressman Sean Duffy disparaged the Green New Deal as “an elitist fantasy,” Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez gave him a reality check.

David Letterman Goes To The Bank
May 20, 2019

David Letterman Goes to the Bank

Renewables are changing lives in rural India, as small businesses replace expensive, dirty, and unreliable diesel generators, with cheap, clean, sustainable solar energy. David Letterman visits one such business.

David Letterman Goes to the Bank

Renewables are changing lives in rural India, as small businesses replace expensive, dirty, and unreliable diesel generators, with cheap, clean, sustainable solar energy. David Letterman visits one such business.

Climate Wars: Yemen
April 29, 2019

Climate Wars: Yemen

What happens to a society when people start running out of water? New York Times reporter Thomas Friedman went to Yemen to find out.

Climate Wars: Yemen

What happens to a society when people start running out of water? New York Times reporter Thomas Friedman went to Yemen to find out.

Obama’s Big Solution
October 31, 2018

Obama’s Big Solution to Climate Change

We revisit our interview with Barack Obama from season 1 of Years of Living Dangerously in light of the environmental rollbacks enacted by the Trump administration. Thomas Friedman sat down with the then-President of the United States to discuss the world’s biggest problem, and the biggest way to solve it.

Obama’s Big Solution to Climate Change

We revisit our interview with Barack Obama from season 1 of Years of Living Dangerously in light of the environmental rollbacks enacted by the Trump administration. Thomas Friedman sat down with the then-President of the United States to discuss the world’s biggest problem, and the biggest way to solve it.

Safe Passage
October 25, 2018

Safe Passage

West Wing start Bradley Whitford returns to Washington to explore what it takes to get Republicans in Congress to care about climate change, and meets the inspiring citizens lobby to make it happen.

Safe Passage

West Wing start Bradley Whitford returns to Washington to explore what it takes to get Republicans in Congress to care about climate change, and meets the inspiring citizens lobby to make it happen.

The Battle in the Forest
February 14, 2018

Gisele Bündchen: The Battle in the Forest

Protecting the Amazon Rainforest is one of the most powerful tools we have in the fight against climate change. But after years of conservation success, deforestation is on the rise again in Brazil. Gisele Bündchen heads into the forest to learn what’s going on and how we can stop it.

Gisele Bündchen: The Battle in the Forest

Protecting the Amazon Rainforest is one of the most powerful tools we have in the fight against climate change. But after years of conservation success, deforestation is on the rise again in Brazil. Gisele Bündchen heads into the forest to learn what’s going on and how we can stop it.

The Need for EV Charging Stations
June 19, 2019

The Need for EV Charging Stations

The number of electric vehicles hitting the road in the next ten years is expected to increase dramatically. Where are all those EVs going to charge up?

The Need for EV Charging Stations

The number of electric vehicles hitting the road in the next ten years is expected to increase dramatically. Where are all those EVs going to charge up?

Climate Change Is Cooking Salmon in the Pacific Northwest
April 29, 2019

Climate Change Is Cooking Salmon in the Pacific Northwest

Meet a community that depends on salmon, and learn how their way of life is changing because of warming oceans.

Climate Change Is Cooking Salmon in the Pacific Northwest

Meet a community that depends on salmon, and learn how their way of life is changing because of warming oceans.

Colorado Climate, Jobs and Justice Town Hall
December 12, 2018

Colorado Climate, Jobs and Justice Town Hall

More than 250,000 people rallied for climate action, jobs and justice in more than 800 cities in over 90 countries on September 8, 2018. Denver, Colorado was one of those places.

Colorado Climate, Jobs and Justice Town Hall

More than 250,000 people rallied for climate action, jobs and justice in more than 800 cities in over 90 countries on September 8, 2018. Denver, Colorado was one of those places.

Texas Immigrant Detention Center Stifled by Pollution
December 12, 2018

Texas Immigrant Detention Center Stifled by Pollution

An immigrant detention center in Karnes City, Texas is the subject of dangerous air and water pollution.

Texas Immigrant Detention Center Stifled by Pollution

An immigrant detention center in Karnes City, Texas is the subject of dangerous air and water pollution.

The Nuclear Family
April 29, 2019

The Nuclear Family

Nuclear plants are closing across New England, so why are these environmentalists rallying to their defense? The Years Project partnered with Exelon to find out.

The Nuclear Family

Nuclear plants are closing across New England, so why are these environmentalists rallying to their defense? The Years Project partnered with Exelon to find out.

Three Mile Island
March 27, 2019

Three Mile Island

Three Mile Island was the worst nuclear disaster in American history, but everything you’ve heard about it could be wrong.

Forty years later, The YEARS Project has partnered with Exelon to take a look back.

Three Mile Island

Three Mile Island was the worst nuclear disaster in American history, but everything you’ve heard about it could be wrong.

Forty years later, The YEARS Project has partnered with Exelon to take a look back.

Rise: From One Island to Another
December 12, 2018

Rise: From One Island to Another

Watch this poetic expedition between two islanders, one from the Marshall Islands and one from Kalaallit Nunaat (Greenland), connecting their realities of melting glaciers and rising sea levels. Kathy Jetn̄il-Kijiner and Aka Niviâna use their poetry to showcase the linkages between their homelands in the face of climate change.

This is an invitation to take a few minutes to watch this film, unplug from your daily distractions, immerse yourself in the beauty of our shared home, and let the poetry heal.

Film made by Dan Lin for 350.org.

Rise: From One Island to Another

Watch this poetic expedition between two islanders, one from the Marshall Islands and one from Kalaallit Nunaat (Greenland), connecting their realities of melting glaciers and rising sea levels. Kathy Jetn̄il-Kijiner and Aka Niviâna use their poetry to showcase the linkages between their homelands in the face of climate change.

This is an invitation to take a few minutes to watch this film, unplug from your daily distractions, immerse yourself in the beauty of our shared home, and let the poetry heal.

Film made by Dan Lin for 350.org.

The town in Poland’s coal region uniting against coal
December 12, 2018

The town in Poland’s coal region uniting against coal

What would it take for a town of people outside the Polish coal city of Katowice to turn against the fuel that drove the economy, culture and prosperity of the region? Welcome to Imielin, the town fighting for their homes and livelihoods against coal development on the doorstep of the COP24 climate talks.

Video by Greenpeace International.

The town in Poland’s coal region uniting against coal

What would it take for a town of people outside the Polish coal city of Katowice to turn against the fuel that drove the economy, culture and prosperity of the region? Welcome to Imielin, the town fighting for their homes and livelihoods against coal development on the doorstep of the COP24 climate talks.

Video by Greenpeace International.

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Artificial Intelligence Is Changing the Way We Farm: The next great agricultural revolution is here. (Nexus Media)
Making More Electric Cars With Less Destructive Mining: Experts call for recycling EV batteries to meet the growing demand for lithium and cobalt. (Nexus Media)
The Bitter Legacy of the East Chicago Lead Crisis: Residents of an EPA superfund site have struggled since being pushed out of their homes. (Nexus Media)

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EPA Readies CPP Rollback: The Trump administration is expected to finalize Wednesday a rule rolling back the Obama administration's Clean Power Plan, vastly limiting the federal government's ability to regulate coal plants. (Bloomberg)
Green Light in Canada For Tar Sands Pipeline: Canada will move forward with plans to expand a controversial tar sands pipeline, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said Tuesday, one day after the House of Commons passed a resolution declaring the country is in a "climate emergency." (NPR)
Breaking News: Trump Lies About 'Clean Air': Air quality in the United States decreased between 2017 and 2018, despite repeated claims from President Trump that air has gotten cleaner under his presidency. (AP)

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Climate Change Is Cooking Salmon in the Pacific Northwest
April 29, 2019

Climate Change Is Cooking Salmon in the Pacific Northwest

Meet a community that depends on salmon, and learn how their way of life is changing because of warming oceans.

Climate Change Is Cooking Salmon in the Pacific Northwest

Meet a community that depends on salmon, and learn how their way of life is changing because of warming oceans.

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Steak Made From Insect Meat? Yum!

June 19, 2019
One scientist’s plan to make burgers and bratwursts from lab-grown bug cells.

The Counterintuitive Impact of Climate Change on Winters

June 18, 2019
Climate models counterintuitively predict that global warming can cause harsher winters in the United States.

Where the 2020 Democrats Stand on Climate

June 12, 2019
A climate voter's guide to the primary contenders’ track records and campaign proposals.