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After Ida, Build Back Green, Not Gray

As Hurricane Ida approached the Gulf Coast this August, exactly sixteen years after Hurricane Katrina, all eyes were on New Orleans’ new levee...

Ecology: The Infrastructure of the Future?

In the midst of yet another year of climate catastrophe, the U.S. Senate is negotiating a $3.5 trillion infrastructure package.  President Biden, among others, is calling for extensive investment to lower emissions...

Democracy: A National Temperature Check

Disinformation, polarization, growing economic inequality, attempts to undermine elections and the rights of women and racial minorities—all of these are turning up the heat on American democracy. At the same time, pro-democracy...

The Complete Picture of Our Work Culture

What if we told the people we cared about just what we thought of them more often, and not just the bad stuff...

These Films Keep People Out of Prison

What if judges could know a person more completely before sentencing them to prison? An organization called Complete Picture uses the power of film and storytelling to give judges an in-depth, humanizing...

Audio Exclusive – The Fight to Save Our Stages: NIVA Mobilizes

The following is an audio exclusive on independent venue owners awaiting federal relief. The National...

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Naomi Klein on the Case for a Green New Deal

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Mary Robinson: Women Leading on Climate Change

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Youth Climate Activism and the New Non-Violent Resistance

About the Show In the wake of the 25th UN Climate Change Summit known as the Conference of Partners or COP,...

Extreme Cities: Ground Zero for Climate Change

How do we define "love is love," and what are we willing to do to defend one another? This week, we speak with a group of LGBTQIA leaders on just that.

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Climate change can go one of two ways, bring us together or drive us apart, and cities will lead the way. This week, veteran architect, author and...

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