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The Climate Pod - Katherine Hamilton and the Energy and Climate Policies That Will Define the 2020 Democratic Primaries

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The Climate Pod is a fun and informative look at environmental issues, clean tech innovation, and the heroes and villains in the fight against climate change.  This week, we spoke with Katherine Hamilton, Chair of 38North Solutions and co-host of The Energy Gang podcast, about the Democratic primaries and the energy policies she believes can help transition America to a cleaner electric grid.

We also speak with Mother Jones writer, Rebecca Leber, about Trump's environmental speech on July 8th.

Finally, we have a lighter conversation with comedian Connor Ratliff.

You can listen to the podcast on iTunesStitcher, and Spotify.

Give it a listen and let us know what you think!


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Matt Chester on Jul 11, 2019 10:29 pm GMT

Having these conversations is so important, I just hope we'll get to see these conversations take place on a debate stage by the 2020 candidates!


Thanks for sharing, Ty

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