CARTA: Human-Climate Interactions and Evolution: Past and Future – A Tipping Point: Using the Past to Forecast Our Future; Human Impacts: Will We Survive the Future?; Climate Change Mitigation: In Pursuit of the Common Good
Date: 7/27/2015; 58 minutes


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This symposium presents varied perspectives from earth scientists, ecologists, and paleoanthropologists on how climate may have shaped human evolution, as well as the prospects for the future of world climate, ecosystems, and our species. Elizabeth Hadly begins with a discussion about A Tipping Point: Using the Past to Forecast Our Future, followed by Naomi Oreskes on Human Impacts: Will We Survive the Future?, and Veerabhadran Ramanathan on Climate Change Mitigation: In Pursuit of the Common Good. Recorded on 05/15/2015. (#29685)


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Biology/Life Sciences

evolution

Evolution is the result of genetic changes that occur in constantly changing environments.

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