I already posted the discussion of fracking from last Saturday’s “Up With Chris Hayes.” Here’s the discussion about renewables. Part one:

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Part two, which focuses in on Germany, and in which I get to mention “feed-in tariffs” on national TV, thus crossing off a key entry on my bucket list:

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And part three, which focuses on the key energy decisions facing the developing world and those in “energy poverty”:

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Finally, for kicks, here’s the final segment, in which Chris and us guests shared “what we learned” from the week — and in which I ask for a billion dollars for Grist:

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