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April 14, 2007

"Interviews at

Womenvision Summit"

Tucson, AZ

Conference Sponsored by

AARP Foundation
Women's Leadership Circle
www.aarp.org/about_aarp/aarp_foundation/

Interviews - Saturday, April 14, 2007


Topic: KATHLEEN ROGERS - PRESIDENT, EARTH DAY NETWORK

Questions:
Part 1A. How has the concept of "Earth Day" changed since the 1970's when it began?
Part 1B.
What is the "Urban Environment Report"? How have you broadened the environmental movement in recent years?
Part 1C.
Are corporations becoming more responsive to the problem of global warming? What is your vision of the future ten to twenty years from now in a best case scenario?

Persons
: Kathleen Rogers, President, Earth Day Network, Interviewed at Tucson, AZ
Link: www.earthdaynetwork.org

Date & Length: April 14, 2007; Part 1A - 241 secs, Part 1B - 191 secs, Part 1C - 220 secs
Keywords: Earth Day, Earth Day Network, Urban Environment, global warming
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Kathleen Rogers
President
Earth Day Network
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Topic: SUSAN JOY HASSOL - CLIMATE ANALYST & AUTHOR

Questions:
Part 2A. What is the "elevator pitch" on global warming? What inspired you to write the documentary "Too Hot Not To Handle"?
Part 2B.
What does scientific research tell us about global warming that an ordinary citizen may not know?
Part 2C.
Do Americans have more responsibility for global warming than other people of the world? Are individuals experiencing the consequences of global warming in their daily lives?


Persons
: Susan Joy Hassol, Climate Analyst & Author, Interviewed at Tucson, AZ
Link: www.hbo.com/docs/programs/toohot/index.html

Date & Length: April 14, 2007; Part 2A - 406 secs, Part 2B - 267 secs, Part 2C - 289 secs
Keywords: Global warming, "Too Hot Not To Handle"
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Susan Joy Hassol
Climate Analyst
& Author


Topic: TERESA HEINZ KERRY - ENVIRONMENTALIST & PHILANTHROPIST

Questions:
Part 3A. What made you become interested in the environment and global warming?
Part 3B.
How can renewable energy and the development of greeen building movement affect global warming?
Part 3C.
What are the goals of your foundation in reference to green building and the environment?

Part 3D.
What are the most threatening consequences of global warming to individuals, government and business?

Persons
: Teresa Heinz Kerry, Environmentalist & Philanthropist, Interviewed at Tucson, AZ
Link: www.heinzfamily.org/index.html

Date & Length: April 14, 2007; Part 3A - 270 secs, Part 3B - 224 secs, Part 3C - 338 secs, Part 3D - 223 secs
Keywords: Environment, global warming, renewable energy, green building, philantrophy, venture philanthropy
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Teresa Heinz Kerry
Environmentalist
& Philanthropist


Topic: TERESA HEINZ KERRY - PART 2

Questions:
Part 3E. (Continued) What are the most threatening consequences of global warming to individuals, government and business?
Part 3F.
What are the challenges that women especially are confronting regarding global warming and the environment? What are possible solutions?
Part 3G.
How do plug-in hybrid vehicles fit into this picture?

Persons:Teresa Heinz Kerry, Environmentalist & Philanthropist, Interviewed at Tucson, AZ
Link: www.heinzfamily.org/index.html

Date & Length: August 14, 2007; Part 3E - 206 secs, Part 3F - 268 secs, Part 3G - 77 secs
Keywords: Global warming, environmental issues, plug-in vehicles
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Teresa Heinz Kerry
Environmentalist
& Philanthropist


Topic: MICHELE WYMAN - EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF U.S. OFFICE OF ICLEI

Questions:
Part 4A. What is "ICLEI"? What can local governments do to create a more sustainable world?
Part 4B.
What is the "Cities for Climate Protection" campaign? How do you assist cities in this program?
Part 4C.
How do cities set targets in the program? How do cities join the program? How long have you been involved in the organization? What is the main challenge of climate change?


Persons
: Michele Wyman, Interviewed at Tucson, AZ
Link: www.iclei.org/

Date & Length: April 14, 2007; Part 4A - 127 secs, Part 4B - 186 secs, Part 4C - 182 secs
Keywords: ICLEI, local government, global warming, "Cities for Climate Protection"
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Michele Wyman
Exec. Directoror
U.S. ICLEI
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