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5 facts you need to know about Lake Mead’s water crisis

May 2, 2015, Alexandria Icenhower and Shawn Dhar

  • Podcast

    Strobe Talbott on His Life, the World, and Everything

    January 9, 2015, Strobe Talbott and Fred Dews

  • In the News

    For those displaced across borders, there is nothing beyond general immigration and human rights law.

    December 8, 2014, Elizabeth Ferris, New America Media
  • In the News

    [Pacific Island leaders] see refugee as a negative term that connotes victimhood and people in need of protection by the international community. For them it signifies that they've become people who don't have any agency or aren't able to contribute.

    September 6, 2014, Jane McAdam, Radio Australia
  • In the News

    No government likes to be held up in front of the world as not meeting any of its commitments.

    August 27, 2014, Joshua Meltzer, International Business Times
  • In the News

    A focus on reducing emissions by all — which is contingent on developed country support on climate finance, adaptation and capacity building — can help establish a more holistic narrative tying together the myriad threads of the negotiations. As a medium-sized country, Peru can develop and drive forward this narrative and avoid polarizing debates between the North and South that undermine the talks.

    December 2, 2013, Timmons Roberts, ClimateWire
  • Report | 95bFM (Australia Radio)

    October 18, 2013, Jane McAdam

  • In the News

    We need to be looking at adaptation, we need to be looking at migration as a form of adaptation, we need to be looking at disaster risk reduction and then, of course, we need to look at humanitarian protection and assistance.

    October 16, 2013, Jane McAdam, Reuters
  • In the News

    We know people are going to be forced to leave their homes because of climate change...People are just ignoring it in the United States.

    October 11, 2013, Elizabeth Ferris, The Toronto Star
  • In the News

    There are some technologies that can actually capture emissions of, for example, CO2, and those technologies right now are relatively expensive per ton of CO2 that you can actually eliminate from being omitted. But, there are also, of course, other options, there’s energy efficiency, there are alternative sources of supply, such as solar and wind, and there are even switches to other sources of fuel, such as natural gas.

    October 3, 2013, Nathan Hultman, BBC

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