The science of man-made global climate change is irrefutable.  New heat records, drought worse than the Dust Bowl, epic floods, hurricanes and tsunamis:  the signs of ecological collapse are everywhere.  Yet politicians financed by climate change deniers continue to delay action, fearing its effect on bottom-line profits. What, then, can we do to reverse course without wrecking our economies?  Today we’ll speak with two eminent scientists, a conservation biologist and an environmental engineer, engaged in projects that could help us avert global climate collapse

ON A World of Possibilities | October 4, 2012 |

Cooling Our Jets: Reversing the Climate Meltdown

The science of man-made global climate change is irrefutable.  New heat records, drought worse than the Dust Bowl, epic floods, hurricanes and tsunamis:  the signs of ecological collapse are everywhere.  Yet politicians financed by climate change deniers continue to delay action, fearing its effect on bottom-line profits. What, then, can we do to reverse course without wrecking our economies?  Today we’ll speak with two eminent scientists, a conservation biologist and an environmental engineer, engaged in projects that could help us avert global climate collapse

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