Program: Specials and Documentaries
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Climate One Radio National Magazine
Climate One Radio’s National Magazine is a thriving leadership dialogue on energy, the environment and the economy. Episodes are comprised of three segments centering on a single theme. In each segment Greg Dalton hosts a conversation with leaders from business, government, academia and advocacy groups to advance the discussion about a clean energy future.
November 2 – Resource Revolution
The global energy economy is undergoing tectonic shifts. America is poised to be an oil exporter – something unthinkable a decade ago – and severe weather and climate disruption are driving a push toward clean fuels.
November 9 – Generating Innovation
Today’s Climate One program looks at innovative policies and products that could power a new era of clean and affordable energy. Is it possible to capture the CO2 pouring out of coal smokestacks? Can we make plastic bottles that break down in the ocean and become fish food? What if drivers paid the true cost of burning fossil fuels? These are some of the solutions that could create a new path to both a sound economy and a healthy environment.
November 16 – America Abroad: When Water Scarcity leads to Conflict
AK-47s, grenades, water? Earth’s most precious resource doesn’t fire bullets or explode but it is guarded, hoarded, and stolen in a way that ignites political tensions on a local level and an international scale. This month, we travel to Sub Saharan and Pakistan to bring you the stories of those caught up in the struggle to secure clean water.
November 23 – Women’s Rights after the Arab Spring
The revolutions of the Arab Spring promised greater freedoms for the people of the Middle East. But while some freedoms have been gained, stability has been lost. In many cases, it’s become more dangerous, especially for women.
November 30 – The Keystone XL pipeline: An International Townhall
The Keystone XL pipeline has been a controversial project in both the United States and Canada. On this edition of America Abroad, audiences in Lincoln, Nebraska and Calgary, Canada engaged in a cross border discussion about how the oil sands industry and the building of the Keystone XL pipeline directly affects their lives.