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  • Farming through a drought

    07:12
  • Mayor Garcetti on adapting to historic drought

    06:07
  • California braces for a historic fire season

    06:15
  • The political battle over water in California

    05:38
  • Should companies bottle water in a drought?

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  • Who decides how to distribute water during a drought?

    05:19
  • Can desalination solve California's water problems?

    06:28
  • The shrinking sea

    04:08
  • 'The fact is, California is running out of water'

    06:14
  • Al Gore on GOP climate denialism

    08:18
  • Billionaire Tom Steyer on his climate activism

    06:50
  • He's both a scientist and a politician

    05:32
  • Fires continue to rage in the West

    02:10
  • Your introduction to 'shade balls'

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  • White House Climate Adviser: ‘Sen. Manchin is not the enemy’

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Air pollution drops around the world amid coronavirus lockdowns

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The planet has seen a drastic decline in emissions since lockdown began. But this is merely a glimpse of what the planet could look like if we move past fossil fuels. Chris Hayes looks at the implications of this moment for the climate battle.