Many analyzing the deal hammered out in Paris say it's way better than no plan at all. But proof, they warn, will be in the execution of efforts to cap global temperature rise at 2 degrees Celsius or less.
The second round of climate talks are wrapping up in Lima, Peru. We talk to Jack Cushman of Inside Climate News about what still needs to be accomplished before the final round of talks in Paris next year.
Journalist, activist and author, Naomi Klein, says climate change could be an opportunity to demand a better world. We talk to her about her new book, 'This Changes Everything: Capitalism Vs. the Climate.'
For Global Activism, we’ll talk with Caeli Quinn, co-founder of ‘Climate Ride’. They organize rides and hikes to benefit sustainability-oriented non-profits. In September 2014, Climate Ride will have its their first Midwest event, a 300-Mile ride that starts in Grand Rapids, Michigan and ends at Chicago’s Northerly Island.
What happens 100 years from now if climate change has brought us to a point when water has become one of our scarecest resources, and more precious than oil or gold? We've asked fiction writers to imagine the Great Lakes region a century or more on, and help us paint an audio portrait of that world.
The science is clear that trees help reduce the effects of Climate Change because they remove carbon dioxide from our atmosphere. For our "EcoMyths" segment, Kate Sackman joins us to talk with Robert Fahey from Morton Arboretum. They want us to know that “treehugging is cool” for us and the environment. Fahey studies forest ecosystems and urban forestry and admits to hugging trees, but clarifies that it's "usually for research purposes."