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Green Power Report

Where in the Inland Empire can you hear experts discuss sustainability? On the Green Power Report, airing each Monday night at 6:30 PM on AM 590 The Answer.

The Green Power Report keeps listeners informed about everything Riverside Public Utilities - along with business and community leaders - are doing to make the region a cleaner and greener place.

Since 2007, we've aired over 200 shows featuring notable guests like:
  • Denise Lee Yohn
    Denise Lee Yohn
    Branding expert & author
  • Nikhil Arora
    Nikhil Arora
    Co-founder of Back to the Roots
  • Heather Henriksen
    Heather Henriksen
    Director of the Office for Sustainability, Harvard University
  • Amory Lovins
    Amory Lovins
    World-famous scientist, Rocky Mountain Institute
  • Philippe Cousteau
    Philippe Cousteau
    Renowned conservationist and author
  • Daryl Hannah
    Daryl Hannah
    Actress & environmentalist
  • Curtis Ravenel
    Curtis Ravenel
    Global Head of Sustainability, Bloomberg
  • Alexandra Cousteau
    Alexandra Cousteau
    World-famous environmentalist
  • Chris Paine
    Chris Paine
    Director of Revenge of the Electric Car
  • Ed Begley Jr.
    Ed Begley Jr.
    Actor and environmentalist
  • Sue Kelly
    Sue Kelly
    American Public Power Association President & CEO
  • John Fleming
    John Fleming
    Ford's VP of Global Manufacturing
  • Gavin Bade
    Gavin Bade
    Associate Editor at Utility Dive
  • The Honorable John Laird
    The Honorable John Laird
    California Secretary for Natural Resources
  • Gretchen Bakke
    Gretchen Bakke
    Assistant Professor & Author
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    Meet the GPR team:
  • Andrew Markis
    Andrew Markis
  • Jason Tarasi
    Jason Tarasi
  • Lynn Scott
    Lynn Scott
  • Trevor Kamhiriri
    Trevor Kamhiriri
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