Caption: David Friedman  Deputy director, Union of Concerned Scientists, Credit: Ed Ritger, Photographer
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David Friedman Deputy director, Union of Concerned Scientists 

Living a Low Carbon Lifestyle

From: Climate One
Series: Climate One's National Magazine
Length: 58:59

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Today we are checking out low carbon lifestyles. In this hour we’ll tackle green myths and discuss what choices are good for your wallet and the planet. We’ll also take a spin with auto owners who have dumped the pump and gone electric. And we’ll learn about the psychology and economics that are motivating some Americans to move to cleaner power. Read the full description.

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Episode 2013-2 Living a Low Carbon Lifestyle

Guests:

Part 1: EV Riders

Andrea Kissack
Senior science editor at KQED public radio

John Kalb
Founder of EV Charging Pros

Felix Kramer
Founder of CalCars

Part 2: Green Myths Busted

Diana Donlon
Cool Foods campaign director, Center for Food Safety

David Friedman
Deputy director, Union of Concerned Scientists;

Betsy Rosenberg
Journalist and Radio host, On the Green Front

Part 3: Power Down

Reverend Sally Bingham
Founder of Interfaith Power and Light

Greg Walton
Assistant professor of psychology at Stanford University.

Chris King
Executive with eMeter, a smart meter company.

  Summary:

Today we are checking out low carbon lifestyles. In this hour we’ll tackle green myths and discuss what choices are good for your wallet and the planet. We’ll also take a spin with auto owners who have dumped the pump and gone electric. And we’ll learn about the psychology and economics that are motivating some Americans to move to cleaner power.

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 2013-2 Living a Low Carbon Lifestyle

Guests:

Part 1: EV Riders

Andrea Kissack
Senior science editor at KQED public radio

John Kalb
Founder of EV Charging Pros

Felix Kramer
Founder of CalCars

Part 2: Green Myths Busted

Diana Donlon
Cool Foods campaign director, Center for Food Safety

David Friedman
Deputy director, Union of Concerned Scientists;

Betsy Rosenberg
Journalist and Radio host, On the Green Front

Part 3: Power Down

Reverend Sally Bingham
Founder of Interfaith Power and Light

Greg Walton
Assistant professor of psychology at Stanford University.

Chris King
Executive with eMeter, a smart meter company.

  Summary:

Today we are checking out low carbon lifestyles. In this hour we’ll tackle green myths and discuss what choices are good for your wallet and the planet. We’ll also take a spin with auto owners who have dumped the pump and gone electric. And we’ll learn about the psychology and economics that are motivating some Americans to move to cleaner power.

This program was recorded in front of a live audience at the Commonwealth Club of California.

 

Transcript

Climate One Radio
2013-2 Living a Low Carbon Lifestyle
Script – Final

BILLBOARD
Music: In

Greg Dalton: This is Climate One, a conversation about powering America’s future. I’m Greg Dalton. Today we are checking out low carbon lifestyles. We will tackle green myths and discuss what choices are good for your wallet and the planet.
Bite 1: David Friedman: If a family of four cut their meat consumption in half, that would be roughly equivalent to doubling the fuel economy of one of your cars.
Greg Dalton: Speaking of cars, we’ll also take a spin with auto owners who have dumped the pump and gone electric.
Bite 2: Andrea Kissack: All of a sudden cars were like, amazing they can be silent and wow.
Greg Dalton: We also will learn about the psychology and economics that are motivating churches around the country to move to cleaner power.
Bite 3: Sally Bingham: We are stewards of creat...
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Timing and Cues

Timings and Cues

Series Title Climate One Radio
Episode 2013-2 Living a Low Carbon Lifestyle
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 18 ½ minutes

Timings 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: “... Felix Kramer drives a Nissan Leaf and a Chevy Volt. This is 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. “Advertisers are bombarding us these days with messages...”
00:40:00 Outcue: “.....Journalist Betsy Rosenberg. You’re listening to 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 “Your neighborhood church and electric utility are very different...”
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 02:49
“Seeing is Believing” William Henries & Steven Haller Natural Soundtracks. The De Wolfe Collection 2012 02:53

Additional Credits

Greg Dalton, Executive Producer and Host
Jane Ann Chien, Producer
Andre Heard, Audio Engineer
Claire Schoen, Editor

Related Website

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