Paul Hawken's Plan to Fix the Climate, With or Without Paris Pact

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A woman sits on a sand berm created by city workers to protect houses from El Nino storms and high tides at Playa Del Rey beach in Los Angeles, California on November 30, 2015, at the start of the COP21 conference in Paris.

Could global warming be not only stabilized but reversed using solutions that already exist? Environmentalist and writer Paul Hawken thinks so, and he’s explained how in his new book, “Drawdown.” In addition to technology-driven solutions, Hawken's approach includes fixes like family planning to help curb population growth. Hawken joins us to explain his vision for a future that's as achievable as it is sustainable.

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Paul Hawken, author, "Drawdown: The Most Comprehensive Plan Ever Proposed to Reverse Global Warming"; executive director and founder, Project Drawdown

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