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Season 2 Ep 7

The Road Ahead

with Ty Burrell

Season 2 Ep 7

Safe Passage

with Bradley Whitford

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Hurricane Michael Hits

Supercharged by extra-warm ocean waters, Hurricane Michael slammed into Florida with windspeeds just 2 miles per hour short of a Category 5 storm.

Hurricane Michael Hits

Supercharged by extra-warm ocean waters, Hurricane Michael slammed into Florida with windspeeds just 2 miles per hour short of a Category 5 storm.

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Is There Anything More Important?

Is There Anything More Important?

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John Russell: I’m A Climate Voter

John is a 28-year-old farmer, small business owner, and biodiesel producer from Wellsville, Ohio. He is the owner of Fall Creek Farm and previously held jobs in energy development. Growing up in Appalachia, John knows that renewable energy technologies could reinvigorate the local economy.

Made in partnership with Generation Progress.

John Russell: I’m A Climate Voter

John is a 28-year-old farmer, small business owner, and biodiesel producer from Wellsville, Ohio. He is the owner of Fall Creek Farm and previously held jobs in energy development. Growing up in Appalachia, John knows that renewable energy technologies could reinvigorate the local economy.

Made in partnership with Generation Progress.

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#ClimateFacts: The End of Coal

In 1950 there were 388,000 coal miners in the U.S. Today there are 53,000. It’s time to talk honestly about the real reasons why.

#ClimateFacts: The End of Coal

In 1950 there were 388,000 coal miners in the U.S. Today there are 53,000. It’s time to talk honestly about the real reasons why.

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Tracee Bird: I’m A Climate Voter

When wildfires tore through Tracee’s home she knew she was feeling the sting of climate change firsthand. This year she’s taking action to stop it. Join her at TheYearsProject.com/Vote

Made in partnership with Environmental Voter Project.

Tracee Bird: I’m A Climate Voter

When wildfires tore through Tracee’s home she knew she was feeling the sting of climate change firsthand. This year she’s taking action to stop it. Join her at TheYearsProject.com/Vote

Made in partnership with Environmental Voter Project.

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#WeCanSolveThis: Citizens’ Climate Lobby

Big oil, the coal industry, and other climate polluters all have well-paid lobbyists who shell out millions of dollars to protect their interests. So who’s lobbying the government to take climate action? Meet Citizens’ Climate Lobby (CCL).

Made in partnership with Outrider Foundation.

#WeCanSolveThis: Citizens’ Climate Lobby

Big oil, the coal industry, and other climate polluters all have well-paid lobbyists who shell out millions of dollars to protect their interests. So who’s lobbying the government to take climate action? Meet Citizens’ Climate Lobby (CCL).

Made in partnership with Outrider Foundation.

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Bakersfield Boys: We’re Climate Voters

Their town has some of the worst air in America. Troy (35), Noé (20), and Justin (21) are students at Bakersfield College in California and the developers of the Kern Air Project. They’re also voters. Join them at BeAClimateVoter.org.

Made in partnership with Generation Progress.

Bakersfield Boys: We’re Climate Voters

Their town has some of the worst air in America. Troy (35), Noé (20), and Justin (21) are students at Bakersfield College in California and the developers of the Kern Air Project. They’re also voters. Join them at BeAClimateVoter.org.

Made in partnership with Generation Progress.

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#ClimateFacts: Dengue Fever

If we don’t tackle climate change, the world could see over 12 million more cases of dengue fever each year due to growing mosquito populations. In some cases, that could be deadly.

#ClimateFacts: Dengue Fever

If we don’t tackle climate change, the world could see over 12 million more cases of dengue fever each year due to growing mosquito populations. In some cases, that could be deadly.

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Yvonna’s Story

Yvonna is a mother, and she cares about her children’s future. That’s why this year, she’s a voter. Join her at TheYearsProject.com/Vote

Made in partnership with Environmental Voter Project.

Yvonna’s Story

Yvonna is a mother, and she cares about her children’s future. That’s why this year, she’s a voter. Join her at TheYearsProject.com/Vote

Made in partnership with Environmental Voter Project.

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#WeCanSolveThis: Plastic Emissions

When you think about plastic and pollution, you probably picture discarded plastic ending up in the ocean or by the side of the highway. But plastic also contributes to air pollution and climate change, especially single-use plastic.

Made in partnership with Outrider Foundation.

#WeCanSolveThis: Plastic Emissions

When you think about plastic and pollution, you probably picture discarded plastic ending up in the ocean or by the side of the highway. But plastic also contributes to air pollution and climate change, especially single-use plastic.

Made in partnership with Outrider Foundation.

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#WeCanSolveThis: The Wind Is Blowing

The winds of change are blowing, and they’re bringing clean energy, prosperity, and good jobs to the U.S.

Made in partnership with Outrider Foundation.

#WeCanSolveThis: The Wind Is Blowing

The winds of change are blowing, and they’re bringing clean energy, prosperity, and good jobs to the U.S.

Made in partnership with Outrider Foundation.

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Megan Boone: I’m A Climate Voter

You may know Megan Boone as an actor on The Blacklist. She’s also a mother, and she’s taking action to protect her daughter’s future by voting.

Megan Boone: I’m A Climate Voter

You may know Megan Boone as an actor on The Blacklist. She’s also a mother, and she’s taking action to protect her daughter’s future by voting.

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Bryn Bird: I’m a Climate Voter

Bryn Bird is a 34-year-old military navy wife, mother, and co-owner of Bird’s Haven Farms, a family-owned farm in Granville, Ohio. Throughout her lifetime, she’s seen the impacts of climate change on the farm and is concerned about what farming will be like when her daughters are old enough to take over.

That’s why she’s a #ClimateVoter.

Made in partnership with Generation Progress.

Bryn Bird: I’m a Climate Voter

Bryn Bird is a 34-year-old military navy wife, mother, and co-owner of Bird’s Haven Farms, a family-owned farm in Granville, Ohio. Throughout her lifetime, she’s seen the impacts of climate change on the farm and is concerned about what farming will be like when her daughters are old enough to take over.

That’s why she’s a #ClimateVoter.

Made in partnership with Generation Progress.

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Dr. Futernick: I’m A Climate Voter

Dr. Marc Futernick is the medical director of his hospital’s emergency department. One of his biggest concerns is climate change, because of the surge of patients he sees when heatwaves hit. That’s why he’s a climate voter.

Dr. Futernick: I’m A Climate Voter

Dr. Marc Futernick is the medical director of his hospital’s emergency department. One of his biggest concerns is climate change, because of the surge of patients he sees when heatwaves hit. That’s why he’s a climate voter.

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#WeCanSolveThis: We Are Still In – Halfway to Paris

America is nearly halfway to meeting its Paris climate goals, but not because of President Donald Trump or the actions of his administration. Meet the coalition of cities, states and businesses that have picked up the mantle of climate leadership.

#WeCanSolveThis: We Are Still In – Halfway to Paris

America is nearly halfway to meeting its Paris climate goals, but not because of President Donald Trump or the actions of his administration. Meet the coalition of cities, states and businesses that have picked up the mantle of climate leadership.

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#WeCanSolveThis: The Forgotten Solution

There’s a natural solution to climate change all around us, but we’re taking it for granted. Alec Baldwin and Dr. Jane Goodall explain why we can’t let forests be the forgotten solution.

Created in partnership with Jane Goodall Institute. Special thanks to the Mebêngôkre people of Brazil featured in this video. They are a tribe working to keep their forests safe from destruction, but like other indigenous groups protecting the forests, they’re lives and livelihoods are in peril from illegal and legal farming, logging, and gold mines in the Amazon.

#WeCanSolveThis: The Forgotten Solution

There’s a natural solution to climate change all around us, but we’re taking it for granted. Alec Baldwin and Dr. Jane Goodall explain why we can’t let forests be the forgotten solution.

Created in partnership with Jane Goodall Institute. Special thanks to the Mebêngôkre people of Brazil featured in this video. They are a tribe working to keep their forests safe from destruction, but like other indigenous groups protecting the forests, they’re lives and livelihoods are in peril from illegal and legal farming, logging, and gold mines in the Amazon.

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Liz Keifer: I’m A Climate Voter

Liz is a mother of two and she isn’t going to let climate change take her kids’ future away. This year she’s taking action. Find out more at www.TheYearsProject.com/Vote

Liz Keifer: I’m A Climate Voter

Liz is a mother of two and she isn’t going to let climate change take her kids’ future away. This year she’s taking action. Find out more at www.TheYearsProject.com/Vote

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Tony Love: I’m a Climate Voter

Climate change nearly killed Tony and his family. This year, he’s doing something about it.

Join Tony. Pledge to vote at www.TheYearsProject.com/vote

Tony Love: I’m a Climate Voter

Climate change nearly killed Tony and his family. This year, he’s doing something about it.

Join Tony. Pledge to vote at www.TheYearsProject.com/vote

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Nalleli’s Climate Voter Story

Nalleli Cobo spent her childhood being poisoned by fossil fuel companies, because of oil wells in the neighborhood where she grew up. But she fought back.

Now you can too. Pledge to be a Climate Voter at www.TheYearsProject.com/Vote

Nalleli’s Climate Voter Story

Nalleli Cobo spent her childhood being poisoned by fossil fuel companies, because of oil wells in the neighborhood where she grew up. But she fought back.

Now you can too. Pledge to be a Climate Voter at www.TheYearsProject.com/Vote

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#WeCanSolveThis: Green Roofs

Green roofs don’t just look cool, they can also help cool the planet! They sequester carbon, clean the air, insulate buildings and even provide habitat for wildlife.

#WeCanSolveThis: Green Roofs

Green roofs don’t just look cool, they can also help cool the planet! They sequester carbon, clean the air, insulate buildings and even provide habitat for wildlife.

Jack Black

Correspondent

Why I'm involved

I spoke to scientists, I spoke to politicians, I spoke to children, and I spoke to a psychiatrist. I’ve really run the gamut of all things climate change on this incredible personal journey of mine.

Jack Black

Gisele Bündchen

Correspondent

Why I'm involved

When we all unite our unique abilities in service of a common good, we can create a better world.

Gisele Bündchen