Scientists discuss link between climate change and severe weather
Broadcast: Minnesota Public Radio News Presents, 12/12/2012, 12:00 p.m.
From the Climate One series at the Commonwealth Club of California, three climate scientists who were part of a UN report on severe weather around the world discuss the links between burning fossil fuels and severe storms and drought.
- Chris Field: Professor of earth system sciences, Stanford University
- Richard Alley: Professor of geosciences at Pennsylvania State University
- Michael Oppenheimer: Professor of geosciences and international affairs at Princeton University
- Richard Muller: Professor of physics at University of California-Berkeley.
- Karen O'Brien: Professor of sociology and human geology at University of Olso
- David Friedberg: CEO of The Climate Corporation
- Greg Dalton: Moderator of Climate One, at the Commonwealth Club of Calfornia
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