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Transcript: Climate Change... The Madhouse Effect - with Michael Mann - 9 August '16

Thom Hartmann: For tonight's Green Report... UN secretary general Ban Ki-moon has asked world leaders to ratify the Paris climate deal on September 21 during the General Assembly meeting in New York. In no uncertain terms, the secretary general wrote that, "The next step in our collective journey to a low-carbon, climate-resilient future is to ensure the rapid entry into force of the Paris Agreement", in a letter to governments around the world.

Transcript: The Most Disturbing Climate Change Events We've Seen Yet - Dr. Charles Miller - 3 August '16

Thom Hartmann: For tonight's Green Report we head to Siberia, which is now the scene of one the most disturbing climate change-related events we've seen yet. Over the past few weeks, 71 people have been hospitalized and one child has died following an outbreak of anthrax in Western Siberia above the Arctic circle.

Transcript: Thom Hartmann: - Bernie Sanders joins Thom after YUGE Michigan win! 06 March '16

Thom Hartmann: And welcome back! Thom Hartmann here with you. And on the line with us is, this is which, line 11? Line 11. It's Senator Bernie Sanders. Senator Sanders, welcome back!

Sen. Bernie Sanders: Hey, Thom, how are you?

Thom Hartmann: I am great. It's so nice to hear your voice, especially on the air.

Transcript: Understanding Climate Change: A Conversation with Michael Mann - 10 November '15

Thom Hartmann: Hello, I'm Thom Hartmann in Washington, D.C. and tonight we talk to one man for the hour, climate scientist Michael Mann in a special climate change edition of The Big Picture.

Transcript: Thom Hartmann: "Brunch With Bernie" - Bernie Sanders Would Consider Running for President - 15 November '13

Thom Hartmann: Todd, in Aurora, Colorado, watching in Roku. Hey, Todd.

Todd: On Roku, yes. Bernie, I was wondering when you might be running for president and, or, if you're not, when we can expect to see a real progressive running for president?

Bernie Sanders: Well, Todd, thank you very much. That question is kind of asked of me quite a bit.

Thom Hartmann: About once a week.

Did Carrier Fleece Both Trump & America?

Donald Trump took a victory lap in Indianapolis yesterday afternoon, where he and Vice President elect Mike Pence officially announced a deal to keep 800 Carrier jobs in Indiana.

That's 200 fewer jobs than the 1,000 jobs that Trump initially said the deal would save, but that's kind of besides the point.

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