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Live from San Francisco: Reinventing Green Politics

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Live from San Francisco: Reinventing Green Politics

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Live from San Francisco: Reinventing Green Politics

Live from San Francisco: Reinventing Green Politics

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Environmentalist Michael Schellenberger argues that Greens need to stop preaching doom. He says they need an "I Have a Dream" speech, instead of "I Have a Nightmare." In a live broadcast from San Francisco, home of Earth Day, Neal Conan and guests discuss the future of environmentalism.

Ted Nordhaus, co-founder of American Environics, a political consulting firm for the environmental movement; co-author of essay titled "The Death of Environmentalism"

Carl Pope, executive director of The Sierra Club

Michael Gelobter, executive director of Redefining Progress (sustainability policy institute); co-author of the essay "The Soul of Environmentalism: Rediscovering Transformational Politics in the 21st Century"

Margo Thorning, chief economist and senior vice president of the American Council for Capitol Formation, a bipartisan think tank