In this podcast episode, Rob Verchick is joined by producer Maggie Dewane to look back at the season's climate wins. Together they consider common themes and througlines, lessons learned, and how similar successes might be achieved elsewhere.
Navajo Power is generating clean energy projects on tribal lands and maximizing the economic benefits for those communities through localized solar power. In this podcast episode, Rob Verchick speaks to Brett Isaac about what motivated him to join the clean energy movement.
Maine is the first state to require utility companies to include assessment of environmental, equity, and environmental justice impacts in grid planning. This is just one provision of a climate law that passed Maine’s state legislature with bipartisan support. This podcast episode explores what went into the law and why climate legislation is often so partisan.
This podcast episode digs into a community climate win in North Carolina: community-based solar solutions. But what does that mean exactly? And can it make energy more affordable to everyone? Host Rob Verchick learns about energy justice, the power behind solar energy, and what’s standing in the way of broader community solar uptake.
When middle schooler Adah Crandall of Portland, Oregon noticed the impact her school's proximity to a busy freeway was having on some of her classmates, she took action. Today as a high schooler, Adah shares with Rob what went into her experience and her continued motivation and hopes for future generations.
This episode of Connect the Dots podcast explores a legislative win in Maryland: the Climate Solutions Now Act of 2022. What goes into successful policymaking? Host Rob Verchick and Senior Policy Analyst Katlyn Schmitt discuss.