availablepublic12313009107581cove1231CHOCOLATE FACING EXTINCTION?Could chocolate go extinct?Could chocolate go extinct? As part of “Peril and Promise: The Challenge of Climate Change,” the multi-platform public media initiative reporting on the human impact of climate change, we explore how global climate change is effecting the regions where some of our favorite foods grow. Becca Benner, New York State science director at The Nature Conservancy, joins us to explain.2018-02-06 21:00publishdisabledshowfalse2105Lawmakers hear about climate change and how to mitigate itInvited speakers spoke about climate change and how the state can play a role.2019-04-25 21:00http://www.pbs.org/wnet/peril-and-promise/files/2019/04/MiF183w-asset-mezzanine-16x9-7pkmWtY-1-480x270.jpg3028180346cove2102Nathaniel Rich on Why Republicans Embrace Climate DenialismNathaniel Rich tracks climate denialism in his new book, “Losing Earth."2019-04-15 21:00http://www.pbs.org/wnet/peril-and-promise/files/2019/04/A6bVWHQ-asset-mezzanine-16x9-mA7eRef-480x270.jpg3027786725cove
No more chocolate? How about peanuts or coffee? Climate change may make these every day pleasures a thing of the past. Our partners at MetroFocus explore which local foods may disappear.