Episode 135: Changing the narrative on consumption, Apple’s gang of four

August 10, 2018 by  
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In this episode, how the corporate world can get down to work on plastics, the science of behavioral economics, and how Akamai, Etsy and Swiss Re are benefiting from Apple’s renewable energy procurement strategy.

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Episode 135: Changing the narrative on consumption, Apple’s gang of four

Sorting Out Settled Climate Science From Remaining Uncertainties

October 31, 2011 by  
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Much ado is made about the phrase “the science is settled,” but to what does the phrase refer?  There are certainly a number of climate issues for which the scientific evidence is so conclusive and robust, they can reasonably be called “settled.” 

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Inhofe: "I proudly declare 2009 as the ‘Year of the Skeptic’"

November 19, 2009 by  
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Photo via Green Inc. Senator James Inhofe of Oklahoma has always been a thorn in the side of environmentalists, especially when it comes to climate change. He doesn’t believe in the science and has pledged to go to the international climate negotiations in Copenhagen in December to bare witness to the “fraud.” Inhofe believes that 2009 was a good year for climate change deniers and he believes they are winning the fight for the public’s hearts and minds

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Why New Renewable Energy Records Don’t Mean a Thing, Unless We Also Reduce Overall Demand

November 19, 2009 by  
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photo: Chauncey Davis via flickr. Remember how last week Spain was touting a new wind power record , more than 50% of demand for part of the day on a Sunday morning? A pretty great thing, right?

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Why New Renewable Energy Records Don’t Mean a Thing, Unless We Also Reduce Overall Demand

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