Our first guest is an unlikely "fractivist"…Lou Allstadt is a longtime former Executive Vice President of Mobil Oil and he shares the roots of his post-career activism and what led him to write an angry open letter to Exxon head Rex Tillerson.
Betsy talks with Al Gore about An Inconvenient Truth
Bernie Sanders on legislative leadership for Climate Change
Top Climate Leader Bill McKibben on grassroots change
Scientist Katharine Hayhoe on her book Climate for Change
John Kerry and Theresa Heinz: This Moment on Earth
Dr. Jeffrey Sachs speaks about the economic cost of climate change
A new study puts the brakes on the rush to fuel vehicles with natural gas. Asst. Professor Adam Brandt, with Stanford's Department of Energy Resources, joins us with takeaway points from his research on extractive methane leaks negating the benefits of natural gas and climate change.
Despite the Obama administration’s insistence that natural gas must be a part of United States energy policy, it’s increasingly clear that natural gas is not all that it’s “fracked” up to be–and that it has already inflicted harm upon communities, our country, and climate. Jim Morris of the Center for Public Integrity discusses a new report on how the fracking industry has messed with, and messed up, Texas.