Videos: Climate Related Interviews

Here are a few of our favorite Climate Related Videos from our partners, friends and allies in climate action.


Climate Related Interviews


Textbook Trauma: The Emotions of Climate Change

From our Friends at Yale Climate Connections: Scientists Sara Myhre and Jeffrey Kiehl discuss the emotional impacts of climate change.

Red, Green and Blue by Anna Sagatov

The short film “Red, Green, and Blue,” created by a Montana State University student, features conservatives in the Montana countryside, a story about the viewpoints of three conservatives and their views on environmentalism. It features Patrick Hackley, a Montana rancher; Chas Vincent, Republican State Senator representing District 1 in Montana’s state legislature; and Alex Bozmoski, Managing Director of RepublicEn.org.

 

Citizens’ Climate University: Carbon Tax Economic Modeling

Join CCL Research Coordinator Jerry Hinkle and Columbia University’s Dr. Noah Kaufman in a training that explores the general provisions of recent carbon tax economic and energy models used by Columbia University’s Center on Global Energy Policy and Stanford’s Energy Modeling Forum (EMF 32).

 

How We Talk About Climate Change — Bill Mckibben

The Sanders Institute, Published on Aug 2, 2018.  What are the most effective weapons in the fight against the climate crisis? New energy sources? New technology? Political action? One of the most powerful tools we have is the language we use to talk about the issue.

Interview with Ken Kimmell, President of the Union of Concerned Scientists

Our Friends at Elders for Climate Justice (a project of The ManKind Project/New England) shared a recent interview with Ken Kimmell.

 


Interview with Loren Blackford and Michael Brune

Our Friends at Elders for Climate Justice (a project of The ManKind Project/New England) shared a recent interview with with the President and Executive Director of the Sierra Club (Loren Blackford and Michael Brune), August 2017

 

 


Interview with Bill McKibben from 350.org

Our Friends at Elders for Climate Justice (a project of The ManKind Project/New England) shared a recent interview with Bill McKibben from 350.org.

 

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