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Putting the right people at the right dinner parties, funding university research centers to control the science on which regulation is based, placing weekly advertorials in The New York Times for 30 years. These are just some of the ways oil compani...Show More
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24:38 | Nov 13th

The County of Honolulu voted last night to file suit against the nation's largest oil companies for their role in delaying action on climate, and their share of the resultant climate adaptation costs. We talk to the County of Honolulu's Chief Resilie...Show More

24:08 | Nov 13th

We didn't get enough of Mary in our storytelling episode so we dig deeper on a few of the issues she brought up, and on her own writing process, in this interview. Check out some of her work here:  Vox: https://www.vox.com/the-highlight/2019/5/28/...Show More
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20:07 | Nov 8th

New York's fraud trial against ExxonMobil closed November 7th. Reporter Emily Gertz and Union of Concerned Scientist's Kathy Mulvey watched it closely and bring us their takes on this trial and Exxon's next fraud trial, in Massachusetts.

38:50 | Nov 6th

In this crossover two-part episode with the No Place Like Home podcast, we talk to great climate storytellers about which climate narratives are problematic, why gatekeeping is an issue in the climate space, and how getting it right can actually move...Show More

31:06 | Nov 5th

Storytelling may seem less important than science or policy, but we've known for decades that acting on climate is more a matter of will than knowledge. And the way we tell the story of climate change, who gets to tell the story, has everything to do...Show More
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