Posts Tagged ‘California’

Don’t Be Prepared

Written by Matt Barrett on . Posted in Learn

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Professionals ranging from scientists to military leaders have all concluded that our world’s climate is changing, and they are asking policy makers to start getting America ready for the impending changes.

Karen Wayland Brings Policy Insight to The Nature Conservancy

Written by Paul Mackie on . Posted in Learn, The Wonk Room

I interviewed The Nature Conservancy’s new Director of Climate Change Policy, Karen Wayland, about what she thinks the Conservancy brings to the current environment of U.S. and international climate policy. She also talked about her experience working on Capitol Hill as senior advisor on energy and the environment with Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi […]

Earth Day will dawn with the question: ‘What’s for Breakfast?’

Written by Matt Barrett on . Posted in Act

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For The Nature Conservancy in California’s executive director Mike Sweeney, Earth Day starts in the kitchen. He writes, “As consumers, we have amazing power. The pen may be mightier than the sword, but the credit card makes them both cower in fear. Three times a day, and sometimes more, most Americans make a very important decision: what to eat”

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