GreenGov Experts

Bob Perciasepe: Advocating action on climate change
Ellie Davis: Connecting students to climate change
George Neagle: Is artificial grass a win-win-win?
Kate Brandt: Reducing the government's footprint
Lynn Goldman: Poverty's connection to emissions
Ruben Rojas: Could artificial grass prevent drought?
Ruben Rojas: California water cap's impact on food prices
Sabrina McCormick: Climate change is like smoking
Sabrina McCormick: Sustainable storytelling secrets
Bob Perciasepe: Advocating action on climate change
Ellie Davis: Connecting students to climate change
George Neagle: Is artificial grass a win-win-win?
Kate Brandt: Reducing the government's footprint
Lynn Goldman: Poverty's connection to emissions
Ruben Rojas: Could artificial grass prevent drought?
Ruben Rojas: California water cap's impact on food prices
Sabrina McCormick: Climate change is like smoking
Sabrina McCormick: Sustainable storytelling secrets

On June 10, 2015, senior administration officials joined Federal sustainability stakeholders to discuss the administration's executive order on climate change and the path forward at the 2015 GreenGov Symposium. Planet Forward's Devin Greene was there to interview some of the speakers. Standouts? Artificial grass might be a silver bullet for California's drought problems, and federal government officials want to lead by example on climate change more than by mandate. 

Check out the videos to hear directly from the speakers.

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