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‘Coal doesn’t benefit the poor’: Dan Kammen on Energy Access and Poverty

‘Coal doesn’t benefit the poor’: Dan Kammen on Energy Access and Poverty

Daniel Kammen

Date: November 7, 2016 Duration: 13 minutes

Carbon Brief spoke to Daniel Kammen, one of the contributors to the report of the ODI's beyond coal report, about the findings. The original publication, Beyond Coal - Scaling up Clean Energy to Fight Global Poverty by Kammen et al. can be found here.

No More New Education Policy Ideas, Please!

No More New Education Policy Ideas, Please!

David L. Kirp, Anthony S. Bryk, Janelle Scott, Mark G. Yudof

Event: No More New Education Policy Ideas—Please!

Date: October 21, 2016 Duration: 89 minutes

Retiring UC Berkeley Goldman School of Public Policy Professor David L. Kirp gives an impassioned talk urging school administrators to give teachers the time and flexibility to figure out what works for their students, rather than imposing new standards every few years. He is joined by Janelle Scott of UC Berkeley's Graduate School of Education, former UC President Mark Yudof and Anthony Bryk, president of the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching.

Surreal Politics: How Anxiety About Race, Gender and Inequality is Shaping the Presidential Campaign

Surreal Politics: How Anxiety About Race, Gender and Inequality is Shaping the Presidential Campaign

Sarah Anzia, Henry E. Brady, Jack Glaser, Jonathan Stein, Maria Echaveste (Moderator)

Date: October 5, 2016 Duration: 56 minutes

As the contentious 2016 election season heads into its final weeks, California Live! speakers from the Goldman School of Public Policy at UC Berkeley delve into the impact of race, gender and income inequality on the campaigns of Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump. 

Politics Unusual: Will Surging Outsiders Finally Make America Multipartisan?

Politics Unusual: Will Surging Outsiders Finally Make America Multipartisan?

Henry E. Brady, Lisa García Bedolla, Bill Whalen, Richard "Dick" Beahrs

Event: Politics Unusual: Will 2016's Surging Outsiders Finally Make America Multipartisan?

Date: October 1, 2016 Duration: 81 minutes

Bill Whalen of the Hoover Institution joins Lisa García Bedolla and Henry E. Brady of UC Berkeley for an insightful look at what's ahead for the American body politic in this event sponsored by GSPP's Center on Civility & Democratic Engagement (CCDE).