May 13, 2014
In “Capital,” French economist Thomas Piketty explores how wealth and the income derived from it magnifies the problems of inequality. Gwen Ifill gets debate on his data and conclusions from Heather Boushey of Washington Center for Equitable Growth and Kevin Hassett of American Enterprise Institute.
Amanpour and Company
Feb 21, 2020
The U.S. economy is going through its longest expansion in history but is it working for everyone’s benefit? That of course is the question on which the 2020 election will turn. Heather Boushey, CEO of the Washington Center for Equitable Growth, warns that wages are not rising as quickly as the economy. Boushey, one of Washington’s most influential voices on economic policy, joins Tanzina Vega to discuss.
Mar 3, 2020
A Washington Post report paints a ‘rudderless’ coronavirus response inside the White House as Trump continues to downplay the virus. Dr. Irwin Redlener and Ron Klain react. Aired on 3/2/2020.
Mar 4, 2020
A massive asteroid called 2020 DA4 recently hurtled past Earth at 20,000 mph. Scientists believe such objects could cause mid-air explosions above the Earth, causing potentially millions of casualties. Geological and anthropological theorist Randall Carlson, co-administrator of GeoCosmicRex.com joins Rick Sanchez to share his insights.
Mar 4, 2020
Elias Ncube, Training Manager for the Africa Center for Holistic Management in Zimbabwe, discusses ecological restoration with livestock
Fertile Ground Environmental Institute
Jul 28, 2014
William Robert Catton, Jr. (born January 15, 1926) is an American sociologist best known for his scholarly work in environmental sociology and human ecology. His intellectual approach is broad and interdisciplinary. Catton’s repute extends beyond academic social science due primarily to his 1980 book, Overshoot: The Ecological Basis of Revolutionary Change. Earth at Risk is an annual conference in San Francisco that brings together some of the greatest thinkers and activists in the fields of social and environmental justice. For more information, visit www.earthatrisk.info.
Oct 31, 2018
Author and environmentalist Bill McKibben presented, “Art, Activism and the Chance for Change,” a lecture hosted by the Princeton Environmental Institute and the Princeton University Art Museum, on. Thursday, Oct. 25, in Richardson Auditorium, Alexander Hall. His visit was timed with a major exhibition, Nature’s Nation: American Art and Environment.
Apr 15, 2019
Thousands are taking to the streets in London today to demand radical action to combat the climate crisis. Protesters with the group Extinction Rebellion have set up encampments and roadblocks across Central London and say they’ll stay in the streets for at least a week. It’s just the beginning of a series of global actions that will unfold in the coming days, as activists around the world raise the alarm about government inaction in the face of the growing climate catastrophe. The London protests come just days after schoolchildren around the globe left school again on Friday for the weekly “strike for climate” and as the push for the Green New Deal continues to build momentum in the United States. The deal—backed by Congressmember Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Senator Ed Markey—seeks to transform the U.S. economy through funding renewable energy while ending U.S. carbon dioxide emissions by 2030. We speak with climate activist and journalist Bill McKibben, who has been on the front lines of the fight to save the planet for decades. Thirty years ago, he wrote “The End of Nature,” the first book about climate change for a general audience. He’s just published a new book titled “Falter: Has the Human Game Begun to Play Itself Out?”
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Greta Thunberg to address MEPs on climate change legislation