February 11, 2016
Amy Huva

In 2050, I’ll turn 65 and will hopefully be retiring from a career in which we solved climate change and no longer burn any fossil fuels.

February 11, 2016
Sutton Eaves

In the wake of the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision this week to pause implementation of the Clean Power Plan while lawsuits against it make their way through court, it could be easy to forget how ready Americans are to move beyond coal.

January 29, 2016
Cara Pike

Working as a clinical psychologist, Per Espen Stoknes grew weary of seeing the negative impacts of a sick economic system on people’s lives and well-being. This sparked his interest in exploring how economic worldviews and metaphors shape our culture and relationship with nature. Now trained as an economist as well, Stoknes is uncovering barriers to climate action and developing new narratives based on positive solutions.

January 27, 2016
Sutton Eaves

Since Christmas, California’s Porter Ranch methane leak has been making headlines across the United States. We spoke to Dan Cohen of Full Court Press Communications, an Oakland-based public affairs firm, about ways to amplify the full story around this disaster and spur a larger discussion about climate change.

January 22, 2016
Christa Daniels

What role can visualizations and deliberative dialogue play in helping build public concern about climate impacts like sea level rise, as well as support for and involvement in local-level solutions?