Highlights

Carl Pope & Bill McKibben's initial takeaways on what the Paris accord means for the future of our planet

9:45
16:45

From Copenhagen to Paris: a monumental diplomatic victory

20:30
26:14

What will it take to keep most of the world's remaining fossil fuels in the ground?

28:32
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"The fossil fuel industry is the biggest industry in the world, and it has basically purchased one of our political parties and terrified the other."

44:58
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How social sanction and grassroots movements can speed up climate change progress

51:54

An off-ramp from petroleum versus going cold turkey: Looking towards coal as a model

64:22
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Roger Sorkin on finding a new, humanitarian role for the US military in our clean-energy future

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