Grist staff writer Ben Adler appeared on MSNBC’s Greenhouse for an enlightening panel discussion on unburnable carbon (the unused fossil fuel energy sources on Earth that we can’t burn if we want to stabilize the climate) and fossil fuel investors. He was joined for the discussion by Amanda Little, who has written a series on conservatives and climate change for Grist, and Saqib Rahim, E&E’s Energy Wire reporter:

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The second segment of the discussion focused on the approaching United Nations Climate Change Conference in Paris and the Republican and Democratic presidential candidates’ climate change plans (or lack thereof):

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