Volts podcast: a music festival that treads lightly on the earthPickathon, a small annual music festival outside of Portland, Oregon, has been running since 1999, and every year it seeks ways to lighten its…
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Volts podcast: how Biden can address climate change through executive actionTwo senior attorneys from the Center for Biological Diversity discuss what it would mean for Biden to declare climate change a national emergency, what…
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Volts podcast: David Wallace-Wells on the ravages of air pollutionClimate change has mobilized an enormous global constituency based on the threat of millions dying by the end of the century. But the latest air…
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The glacial progress on transcripts continues. This time around, Jigar Shah talks DOE clean-energy loans, Rebecca Dell offers a full introductory course…
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Volts podcast: Lori Lodes on climate activism and the path forwardThese are dark times for climate activists, with Build Back Better stalled and the Supreme Court hacking away at EPA authority. I talked with the head…
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Volts podcast: Jay Duffy on the Supreme Court's EPA decisionLast week, the Supreme Court ruled against the EPA in a judgment that the climate community has been dreading. So what does the majority opinion say…
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Volts podcast: Charles Marohn on unsustainable suburbsI sit down with the founder of Strong Towns to talk about why suburbs are money-losers, the right way to think about NIMBYs and local control, and the…
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Another note to readersAn update on some life circumstances of the adverse variety.
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