Caption: Reverend Sally Bingham, founder of Interfaith Power and Light, and  Rabbi Yonatan Neril, founder of the Interfaith Center for Sustainable Development., Credit: Ed Ritger
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Reverend Sally Bingham, founder of Interfaith Power and Light, and Rabbi Yonatan Neril, founder of the Interfaith Center for Sustainable Development. 

Transition of Power

From: Climate One
Series: Climate One's National Magazine
Length: 58:57

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What can individuals can do at the mall or in church to clean up the climate? Many consumers wonder if tossing eco-friendly items into the shopping cart really makes a difference or just makes us feel good. How about dumping energy stocks or flying less? Our guests include environmentalists and a consultant to Wal-Mart. We also will hear from religious leaders about what they are doing to energize their congregations to be climate-smart. Read the full description.

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Episode 2013-12 Transition of Power

Guests:

Part 1   Warrior Writers
Bill McKibben, Founder, 350.org; Author, Eaarth: Making A Life on a Tough New Planet
Antonia Juhasz, Author, Black Tide; Investigative Journalism Fellow, UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism

Part 2 Individual Matters
Gernot Wagner, PhD economist, Environmental Defense Fund; author, But Will the Planet Notice?
Christopher Jones, co-chair, Behavior, Energy & Climate Change Conference; researcher,CoolClimate Network
Glen Low, principal, Blu Skye

Part 3 Congregation Power
Rabbi Yonatan Neril, Founder and Executive Director, Interfaith Center for Sustainable Development, Jerusalem
Reverend Sally Bingham, Founder, Interfaith Power and Light
Reverend Ng, First Chinese Baptist Church, San Francisco

Summary:
What can individuals can do at the mall or in church to clean up the climate? Many consumers wonder if tossing eco-friendly items into the shopping cart really makes a difference or just makes us feel good. How about dumping energy stocks or flying less? Our guests include environmentalists and a consultant to Wal-Mart. We also will hear from religious leaders about what they are doing to energize their congregations to be climate-smart.
This program was recorded in front of a live audience at the Commonwealth Club of California.

 

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Piece Description

Climate One Radio
Episode 2013-12 Transition of Power

Guests:

Part 1   Warrior Writers
Bill McKibben, Founder, 350.org; Author, Eaarth: Making A Life on a Tough New Planet
Antonia Juhasz, Author, Black Tide; Investigative Journalism Fellow, UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism

Part 2 Individual Matters
Gernot Wagner, PhD economist, Environmental Defense Fund; author, But Will the Planet Notice?
Christopher Jones, co-chair, Behavior, Energy & Climate Change Conference; researcher,CoolClimate Network
Glen Low, principal, Blu Skye

Part 3 Congregation Power
Rabbi Yonatan Neril, Founder and Executive Director, Interfaith Center for Sustainable Development, Jerusalem
Reverend Sally Bingham, Founder, Interfaith Power and Light
Reverend Ng, First Chinese Baptist Church, San Francisco

Summary:
What can individuals can do at the mall or in church to clean up the climate? Many consumers wonder if tossing eco-friendly items into the shopping cart really makes a difference or just makes us feel good. How about dumping energy stocks or flying less? Our guests include environmentalists and a consultant to Wal-Mart. We also will hear from religious leaders about what they are doing to energize their congregations to be climate-smart.
This program was recorded in front of a live audience at the Commonwealth Club of California.

 

Transcript

Climate One Radio
2013-12 Transition of Power
Script – Final

BILLBOARD

Music: In

Greg Dalton: This is Climate One, a conversation about powering America’s future. I’m Greg Dalton.

On today’s show we’ll look into what individuals can do at the mall or in church to clean up the climate. Many consumers wonder if tossing eco-friendly items into the shopping cart really makes a difference or just makes us feel good. Some products, such as concentrated laundry detergent, can be good all the way around.

Gernot Wagner: It's better for the planet, it's better for consumers, it's better for us as Wal-Mart.

Greg Dalton: In our third segment we discuss what people of faith can do to care for God’s creation. We’ll hear from a rabbi, a Baptist minister, and an Episcopalian preacher with some strong feelings about energy executives.

Sally Bingham: I think they're committing crimes agains...
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Timing and Cues

Timing and Cues

Series Title Climate One Radio
Episode 2013-12 Transition of Power
Total Program Length 59:00

NOTE: All files include ½ second of silence at head and tail

Rundown:
Billboard 1 minute
News hole (music bed) 5 minutes
Part 1 14 minutes
First ID break (music bed) 1/2 minute
Part 2 19 ½ minutes
Second ID break (music bed) 1/2 minute
Part 3 18 ½ minutes

Timing and Cues:

A (Billboard)
00:00:00 Incue: Music. “This is Climate One, a conversation about powering America’s future...”
00:01:00 Outcue: “...Up next on Climate One.” Music

B (News hole music)
00:01:00 Incue: Music.
00:06:00 Outcue: Music

C (PART 1)
00:06:00 Incue: Music. “Climate One is a conversation about energy, economy and the environment. ...”
00:20:00 Outcue: “.... You’re listening to Climate One.” Music

D (first Station ID Break music)
00:20:00 Incue: Music.
00:20:30 Outcue: “Music

E (PART 2)
00:20:30 Incue: Music. “Many of us have gone to the gym or had a healthy dinner...”
00:40:00 Outcue: “.... I’m Greg Dalton. This is Climate One..” Music

F (second Station ID Break music)
00:40:00 Incue: Music.
00:40:30 Outcue: Music

G (Part 3)
00:40:30 Incue: Music “Next we turn to what individuals of faith...”
00:59:00 Outcue: “...Climate One is presented in association with KQED Public Radio. I’m Greg Dalton.” Music

Musical Works

Title Artist Album Label Year Length
“Colours of Joy” George Young and Bob Phillips One Note at a Time. Music created for Climate One 2010 04:49
“Rhythm in Motion” Colin Green Outdoor Life. The De Wolfe Collection 2013 02:32

Additional Credits

Greg Dalton, Executive Producer and Host
Jane Ann Chien, Producer
Danielle Torrent & Alyssa Kjar, Assistant Producer
Andre Heard, Audio Engineer
Claire Schoen, Editor

Related Website

http://www.climate-one.org/