The term “Acoustic guitar” only exists because now there are electric guitars.
Alison Stewart is co-anchor of PBS’s TV and web newsmagazine Need to Know. She has reported and anchored for ABC News, CBS News, NPR, NBC News, MSNBC and MTV News, where she won a Peabody for her work covering the Presidential Elections in 1992. Prior to Joining Need to Know, Alison was the founding host of NPR’s breakthrough multiplatform news program, “The Bryant Park Project,” the first public radio news program to seamlessly incorporate audio, video and social media. She also guest hosted the network’s flagship programs “Weekend Edition” and “Talk of the Nation.” FULL PROFILE»
Dwell’s senior editor Aaron Britt speaks of a future in which green design is no longer a trend but the norm.
In 1998, Michael Mann published a graph that showed the Earth was getting warmer. Now he’s being investigated for fraud. Alison Stewart talks to Mann to get his side of the story.
And is climate change to blame?
A NASA climatologist helps separate fact from fiction.
Last week, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid announced that he will not bring a comprehensive climate bill before the Senate this session.