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currency
The economic impact of climate disruption goes far beyond the creation of “green jobs.” From oil company...

Critical issues of energy, economy, and the environment have become increasingly interdependent. When we talk about a single issue—water, energy, transportation, or another area affected by climate disruption—we can’t help but talk about the others.

Climate One provides a safe place for connecting the issues that most directly affect our lives now. Attendees of our live events and listeners of our podcasts report surprising “A-ha!” moments that have led them to new understanding, inspired them to take concrete action, and changed their lives for good. We invite you to explore the issues, see where they intersect, and make your own connections.

power lines
Energy production and consumption are intimately connected with nearly every aspect of our everyday...

Critical issues of energy, economy, and the environment have become increasingly interdependent. When we talk about a single issue—water, energy, transportation, or another area affected by climate disruption—we can’t help but talk about the others.

Climate One provides a safe place for connecting the issues that most directly affect our lives now. Attendees of our live events and listeners of our podcasts report surprising “A-ha!” moments that have led them to new understanding, inspired them to take concrete action, and changed their lives for good. We invite you to explore the issues, see where they intersect, and make your own connections.

Food
How do we feed the world’s growing population? What is the impact of shifting weather patterns on crop...

Critical issues of energy, economy, and the environment have become increasingly interdependent. When we talk about a single issue—water, energy, transportation, or another area affected by climate disruption—we can’t help but talk about the others.

Climate One provides a safe place for connecting the issues that most directly affect our lives now. Attendees of our live events and listeners of our podcasts report surprising “A-ha!” moments that have led them to new understanding, inspired them to take concrete action, and changed their lives for good. We invite you to explore the issues, see where they intersect, and make your own connections.

Resilience
For some, rising sea levels, explosive population growth, and economic consequences like commodity price...

Critical issues of energy, economy, and the environment have become increasingly interdependent. When we talk about a single issue—water, energy, transportation, or another area affected by climate disruption—we can’t help but talk about the others.

Climate One provides a safe place for connecting the issues that most directly affect our lives now. Attendees of our live events and listeners of our podcasts report surprising “A-ha!” moments that have led them to new understanding, inspired them to take concrete action, and changed their lives for good. We invite you to explore the issues, see where they intersect, and make your own connections.

Technology
From Silicon Valley to the Horn of Africa, technologies are being developed to create sustainable...

Critical issues of energy, economy, and the environment have become increasingly interdependent. When we talk about a single issue—water, energy, transportation, or another area affected by climate disruption—we can’t help but talk about the others.

Climate One provides a safe place for connecting the issues that most directly affect our lives now. Attendees of our live events and listeners of our podcasts report surprising “A-ha!” moments that have led them to new understanding, inspired them to take concrete action, and changed their lives for good. We invite you to explore the issues, see where they intersect, and make your own connections.

Transportation
Like no other period in human history, we get around. Fossil fuel-powered automobile and air travel has...

Critical issues of energy, economy, and the environment have become increasingly interdependent. When we talk about a single issue—water, energy, transportation, or another area affected by climate disruption—we can’t help but talk about the others.

Climate One provides a safe place for connecting the issues that most directly affect our lives now. Attendees of our live events and listeners of our podcasts report surprising “A-ha!” moments that have led them to new understanding, inspired them to take concrete action, and changed their lives for good. We invite you to explore the issues, see where they intersect, and make your own connections.

Comprising over 70 percent of the earth’s surface and about 60 percent of the human body, water is one...

Critical issues of energy, economy, and the environment have become increasingly interdependent. When we talk about a single issue—water, energy, transportation, or another area affected by climate disruption—we can’t help but talk about the others.

Climate One provides a safe place for connecting the issues that most directly affect our lives now. Attendees of our live events and listeners of our podcasts report surprising “A-ha!” moments that have led them to new understanding, inspired them to take concrete action, and changed their lives for good. We invite you to explore the issues, see where they intersect, and make your own connections.


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Orville Schell

Arthur Ross Director, Center on U.S.-China Relations, Asia Society in New York

Paul Wenger

President, California Farm Bureau Federation

Ellen Hanak

Senior Fellow and Center Director, Public Policy Institute of California

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Executive Secretary, United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change

Gina McCarthy

Administrator, US Environmental Protection Agency

Kari Norgaard

Associate Professor, Sociology and Environmental Studies, University of Oregon

Per Espen Stoknes

Author, What We Think About When We Try not to Think About Global Warming