Kristen Demaline

Kristen Demaline is communications manager at GRACE where she runs various social media handles and communications projects. A native of Cleveland, Ohio, she particularly enjoys writing about policy and climate issues and supporting the health of her beloved Great Lakes and oceans. For four years, Kristen has been a volunteer mentor with Girls Write Now in New York. She holds an MS in Urban Public Policy and Management from The New School, an MA in Women's Studies from the University of Cincinnati and a BA in English and Women's Studies from The College of Wooster. Kristen is a proud resident of Astoria, Queens.

Naomi Klein's Call to Climate Action: This Changes Everything

"What is wrong with us? What is really preventing us from putting out the fire that is threatening to burn down our collective house?" asks Naomi Klein early in This Changes Everything. Her new book on the relationship between climate change and capitalism is a must-read, smart and feisty call to action.

Our Heroes: Joel Bach and Years of Living Dangerously

Joel Bach, co-creator of Emmy-winning series Years of Living Dangerously, fills us in on how he and David Gelber came up with the series concept, how Arnold Schwarzenegger and Ian Somerhalder's fans starting talking climate change and what's next for the #YEARSProject and season two.

Years of Living Dangerously: Must-Watch Moments of Season One

Years of Living Dangerously is being released on DVD September 7, streaming to follow soon, and fresh off its Emmy win for Best Documentary or Nonfiction Series. Here's our episode guide to Season 1, complete with must-watch moments and synopses.

Years of Living Dangerously Recap: Episode 9, Moving a Mountain

This week's driving questions: "Why should we care about climate change? And, to a lesser extent, "What can we do about it?" The season finale featured an interview with President Barack Obama, an amazing glacial expedition in the Andes and the conclusion of Michael C. Hall's poignant trip to Bangladesh.

Years of Living Dangerously Recap: Episode 8, A Dangerous Future

Matt Damon examines heat waves, whose frequency and deadly impacts are expected to keep rising. Thomas Friedman brings us to Yemen where bone-dry villages engage in deadly life-and-death struggles for water. Michael C. Hall heads to Bangladesh, where millions are destined to lose their land as sea levels rise. It's a powerful episode of Years of Living Dangerously.

Years of Living Dangerously Recap: Episode 7, Revolt, Rebuild, Renew

This week, Jessica Alba looks at an Environmental Defense Fund program bringing environmental management to corporate America. Chris Hayes went to New York's Far Rockaways to visit with another community devastated by Hurricane Sandy. And Thomas Friedman found a story about Egypt's Arab Spring taking him in a direction he hadn't anticipated: to Kansas.

US Government Cuts Estimate of Recoverable Oil in Monterey Shale by 96 Percent

On May 20th, the Los Angeles Times reported that the US Energy Information Administration (EIA) has slashed the amount of barrels of oil in the Monterey Shale considered "recoverable" using current technology - by 96 percent. Is there a stronger word than "slash?" Let's put it this way: It's a pretty spectacular statistical fail.

Years of Living Dangerously Recap: Episode 6, Winds of Change

This episode's theme: where goes our energy future? America Ferrera checks out renewable energy supporters and climate change critic James Taylor of the Heartland Institute. Mark Bittman is back for another investigation, this one on fracking and its impact on our atmosphere.

Years of Living Dangerously Recap: Episode 5, True Colors

In Episode 5, longtime New York Times journalist Mark Bittman plays a losing game of phone tag with New Jersey Governor Chris Christie's office, while actress/comedian Olivia Munn visits Washington State Governor Jay Inslee to see how the climate change campaigner fared in his challenging first year of office.

Heroic Endeavors: Moms Taking Action on Food, Water and Energy

Mother's Day is a fitting occasion for us to give props to some of our favorite environmental advocates: moms. They're shaping conversations about energy, Big Food, clean air and water and a host of other issues. Here are a few groups you can join no matter where you live.

Years of Living Dangerously Recap: Episode 4, Ice and Brimstone

In another heated week on Years of Living Dangerously, The Vampire Diaries star Ian Somerhalder sat down with an Evangelical Christian father and daughter who fundamentally disagree about climate change while 60 Minutes correspondent Lesley Stahl explored Arctic oil and gas development amidst ice melts and rising seas.

Years of Living Dangerously Recap: Episode 2, The End of the Woods

The Governator tours the fire line and Harrison Ford continues his Indonesian palm oil tour in this week's episode, "The End of the Woods." The bigger story behind the two icons: teams of firefighters, scientists and activists protecting the forests and wildlife in the path of climate change.

Years of Living Dangerously Recap: Episode 1, Dry Season

Judging from episode one of Showtime's new Years of Living Dangerously documentary series, we're in for a visually stunning, compelling and fascinating ride as climate change is discussed in the most human terms possible. It's riveting, truly must-see viewing. Here are some highlights and fun tidbits from the premiere!

Farmed and Dangerous: Episode 4, Ends Meat

Spoiler alert! Here it is, our recap of the final episode of Farmed and Dangerous, the explosive series on the conflicting messages - and messengers - about the food we eat. We're almost sorry to see Buck Marshall go!

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