Dec 8, 2018 • 1HR 10M

Global Warming Is Reversible

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Ralph Nader
Ralph Nader talks about what’s happening in America, what’s happening around the world, and most importantly what’s happening underneath it all.
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Ralph debates entrepreneur, author, and activist, Paul Hawken, who makes the case that global warming is reversible in his book “Drawdown.” And conservative constitutional scholar, Bruce Fein, does a deep dive into the Mueller investigation.

Paul Hawken is an environmentalist, entrepreneur, author and activist who has dedicated his life to environmental sustainability and changing the relationship between business and the environment. He is one of the environmental movement’s leading voices, and a pioneering architect of corporate reform with respect to ecological practices. Mr. Hawken is Executive Director of Project Drawdown, a non-profit dedicated to researching when and how global warming can be reversed.

Drawdown is a reality project... I did not write a hopeful book…There’s five million data points in there... And we did not know what the data would show. This is the reality of what the world is, can do, and where we are right now with solutions that are all scaling. It doesn’t counter the narrative of the corruption on the political level, but it does say something else besides that, which is humanity is not asleep at the switch.” 

Paul Hawken, Editor of “Drawdown: The Most Comprehensive Plan Ever Proposed to Reverse Global Warming”

Bruce Fein  is a Constitutional scholar, who was Associate Deputy Attorney General under Ronald Reagan. Mr. Fein has been a visiting Fellow for Constitutional Studies at the Heritage Foundation and an adjunct scholar at American Enterprise Institute. He has advised numerous countries on constitutional reform, including South Africa, Hungary and Russia. He is author of Constitutional Peril: The Life and Death Struggle for Our Constitution and Democracy,” and American Empire: Before the Fall.” 

“Mueller’s not in the business of deciding what’s an impeachable offense. The only, the only institution entrusted with that decision is the House, and especially the House Judiciary Committee. So Mueller isn’t investigating the same thing that Mr. Nadler would.” 

Constitutional scholar, Bruce Fein

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