December 15, 2015 – Cara Horowitz, Andrew Sabin Family Foundation co-executive director of the Emmett Institute on Climate Change and the Environment, spoke to multiple National Public Radio programs at the conclusion of the United Nations Paris Climate Conference, including:
KQED’s “The California Report,” on “California Leaves Large Footprint at Paris Climate Talks (12.11.15): Listen to the Interview
KPCC’s “Take Two,” on “The Paris Climate Deal: Behind-the-Scenes on How it All Came Together” (12.14.15): Listen to the interview.
KCRW’s “Press Play with Madeleine Brand,” on “Recapping Paris” (12.14.15): Listen to the interview.
KQED’s “The Forum,” on “After Paris, The World Looks to California as Climate Leader” (12.15.15).