Climate Change
Climate Change: Strong Science, Forceful Actions, Positive Outcomes with Richard Somerville -- The Library Channel
6/6/2016
Climate scientist Richard Somerville completes the "Climate Change at the Crossroads" series presented by the UC San Diego Library with a talk recounting his experiences at the Paris COP 21 conference and his ongoing efforts to widen public understanding of the catastrophic impacts of climate change.
Bending the Curve on Climate Change with V. Ramanathan --The Library Channel
5/13/2016
Renowned climatologist V. Ramanathan from the Scripps Institution of Oceanography makes a moral argument for mitigating climate change, arguing that it is caused by a fraction of the world's population but is affecting everyone on this planet. He urges scientists and policy makers to reach out to religious leaders, as he has done with the Pope and the Dalai Lama, and ask them to join together in pursuing solutions for the common good.
Correcting the Course on Climate Change Negotiations: The Road from Paris COP 21 with David Victor -- The Library Channel
4/4/2016
Climate change policy expert David Victor, a professor of International Relations at UC San Diego's School of Global Policy & Strategy and two of his graduate students provide insights into the process and the outcome of the 2015 COP 21 climate talks in Paris. Victor has been a participant in the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) proceedings since the IPCC's inception Victor is presented here by the UC San Diego Library Channel.
 

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