A report published by the Sierra Club in July found that Donald Trump would be the only current world leader to deny the dangers of climate change, which the President-elect has called a "hoax," "non-existent" and a "con job." At last week's Climate Change Conference – COP22 – in Marrakesh, Morocco, delegates of nearly 200 nations declared action on climate change an "urgent duty," and Secretary of State John Kerry said that the U.S. will continue to fight global warming despite Trump's vocal denial. We discuss the highlights of the conference, the international community's climate goals and the role California will play as world leaders vow to shift towards a greener economy.
- Will Trump End California’s Climate Rules? (Paul Rogers article for The Mercury News)
- Trump’s Pledge to ‘Open Up the Water’ for Valley Farms: Easier Said Than Done (KQED Science)
- On the Climate Crisis, It’s Donald Trump vs. the World (Sierra Club Report Mentioned on Air)
- I Wish We All Could Be Californian (New York Times Op-Ed by Daniel Duane Mentioned on Air)