Aimée Christensen

Founder & CEO, Christensen Global Strategies, LLC

Aimée Christensen

Founder & CEO, Christensen Global Strategies, LLC

Aimée Christensen has twenty-five years’ experience in energy, climate change and sustainability across policy, law, investment, and philanthropy, including with the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE), World Bank, Baker & McKenzie and Google. She is currently CEO of Christensen Global Strategies and executive director of the Sun Valley Institute, building resilience for economic prosperity, environmental protection and human wellbeing in the Wood River Valley of Idaho and serving as a model and resource for communities everywhere.

She serves on the boards of Advocates for the West, the Andrus Center for Public Policy at Boise State University, the Julie Ann Wrigley Global Institute on Sustainability at Arizona State University, the National Forest Foundation, and the Smith College Center for Environment, Ecological Design and Sustainability.  In recognition of her accomplishments, Aimée is a 2017 Idaho Women in Leadership & Zions Bank laureate, the 2011 Hillary Institute Global Laureate and a 2010 Aspen Catto Fellow. She has a BA from Smith College and a JD from Stanford Law School.

Ethan David

Short Form Video Editor

Ethan David

Short Form Video Editor

Jesse M Lapin

Season 2 Archival Intern

Jesse M Lapin

Season 2 Archival Intern

Sophia Lebowitz

Season 2 Intern

Sophia Lebowitz

Season 2 Intern

Lenny Vaknine

Season 2 Additional Assistant Editor

Lenny Vaknine

Season 2 Additional Assistant Editor

Miles Weinrib

Season 2 Intern

Miles Weinrib

Season 2 Intern

Laura Sorrentino

Season 2 Additional Assistant Editor

Laura Sorrentino

Season 2 Additional Assistant Editor

Shanti Avirgan

Season 2 Co-Producer

Shanti Avirgan

Season 2 Co-Producer

Tanishq Kaura

Season 2 Archival Intern

Tanishq Kaura

Season 2 Archival Intern

Kaidia Pickels

Season 2 Intern

Kaidia Pickels

Season 2 Intern

Achim Steiner

Executive Director of the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP)

Achim Steiner

Executive Director of the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP)

Achim Steiner is UN Under-Secretary-General and Executive Director of the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP), a post for which he was unanimously selected by the UN General Assembly. He is currently in his third term at the organization’s helm.  Before joining UNEP, Mr. Steiner served as Director General of the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) and as  Secretary General of the World Commission on Dams. He has worked in I ndia, Pakistan, Germany, Zimbabwe, USA, Vietnam, South Africa, Switzerland and Kenya, among other places, and chairs a number of key bodies at the United Nations.

 

Fred Siegel

Founding Partner, Fred Siegel Partners

Fred Siegel

Founding Partner, Fred Siegel Partners

Fred Siegel is founding partner of Fred Siegel Partners, a team that creates and implements large-scale social change initiatives for corporations and leading non-profits. Fred currently sits on the The American Cancer Society’s Revenue and Marketing Board, and advises multiple startups and non-profits ranging from Google Venture-backed SideCar to Ourtime.org. Prior to Fred Siegel Partners, Fred was the Marketing lead for Excite, Excite @ Home, QVC, Executive Creative Director for Ketchum Advertising and Group Creative Director McCann Ericsson.

Julian Khaymovich

Season 1 Intern

Julian Khaymovich

Season 1 Intern

Matthew Merksamer

Season 1 Production Assistant

Matthew Merksamer

Season 1 Production Assistant

Emily Gilmer

Season 1 Intern

Emily Gilmer

Season 1 Intern

Mike Faller

Season 1 Intern

Mike Faller

Season 1 Intern

Josh Jacobs

Season 1 Intern

Josh Jacobs

Season 1 Intern

Lindy Labriola

Season 1 Intern

Lindy Labriola

Season 1 Intern

Joss Fong

Season 1 Intern

Joss Fong

Season 1 Intern

Kimya Zahedi

Intern

Kimya Zahedi

Intern

Sigourney Weaver

Correspondent

Why I'm involved

There is so much misinformation about what is creating the fires, the droughts, the extreme storms. I really wanted to be part of getting the correct information to people.

Sigourney Weaver

Aasif Mandvi

Correspondent

Why I'm involved

Caring about animals and their survival ensures our survival, if we want to not go extinct ourselves.

Aasif Mandvi

Jack Black

Correspondent

Why I'm involved

I spoke to scientists, I spoke to politicians, I spoke to to children, and I spoke to a psychiatrist. I’ve really run the gamut of all things climate change on this incredible personal journey of mine.

Jack Black

Gisele Bündchen

Correspondent

Why I'm involved

When we all unite our unique abilities in service of a common good, we can create a better world.

Gisele Bündchen

Cecily Strong

Correspondent

Why I'm involved

I like the idea of this show, because it humanizes climate change, and it makes it something that I can understand.

Cecily Strong