Greta Thunberg Comes to DC With a Message

ICYMI: On Friday, 16-year-old climate activist Greta Thunberg made her way to DC to join a student climate strike at the White House. She had spent most of her US trip in New York after having sailed across the Atlantic Ocean. Thunberg expressed that she didn’t have any interest in meeting with President Trump nor […]

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Hero of the Week: Angelika Soriano

12-year-old Angelika Soriano lives in East Oakland which has the highest volume of trucking traffic in the San Francisco Bay Area and also suffers from asthma. After a climate change Youtube video piqued her interest in activist Soriano’s 6th-grade teacher suggested she connect with some youth activists who were fighting a coal terminal proposed for the […]

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Preview of #ClimateForum2020 – ODP’s Exclusive Interview with Tom Steyer

Next week, Tom Steyer will be with MSNBC, New York Magazine and Our Daily Planet, at Georgetown University for #ClimateForum2020 – a chance for students to question Democratic Presidential candidates about their ideas and plans to tackle the climate crisis.  We were fortunate to get an exclusive preview of what he will say. ODP:  Are […]

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Hero of the Week: Greta Thunberg

Hero of the Week: Greta Thunberg

This isn’t the first time that Greta Thunberg has been our Hero of the Week but we can’t stop singing her praises. You might recall that she’s the founder of Fridays for Future and has become a worldwide icon for climate action in just a year. After a 15-day trip (which she chronicled on Twitter) […]

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Interview of the Week: Tatiana Schlossberg

Interview of the Week: Tatiana Schlossberg

Journalist and author Tatiana Schlossberg recently wrote one of our favorite environmental books of the year: Inconspicuous Consumption. We sat down with Tatiana to ask her about the experience of writing this book and her unique approach to making readers more aware of how their consumption is directly connected to the health of our planet. […]

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Our Daily Planet talks climate change with Lindsey Vonn

Our Daily Planet talks climate change with Lindsey Vonn

Getting a chance to talk Olympic champion Lindsey Vonn was one of the most unique interviews we’ve ever done. For elite athletes like Lindsey their sport is their life–and for winter athletes in particular–climate change is making it far more difficult to safely compete. We hope you enjoy this interview again (or for the first […]

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