Climate Change 2011: When Policymakers Fail
Tuesday, October 4 Bartos Theater, 20 Ames Street, MIT Campus
Some of America’s top scientists discuss their frustration with the lack of progress on the pressing problem of climate change, and talk about their ideas for what scientists and citizens can do while policymakers fail to act. What does the latest research show on both the climate and the attitude of Americans?
Ralph Cicerone, President of the National Academy of Sciences
Daniel Schrag, Harvard University
Naomi Oreskes, University of California, San Diego.
John Reilly, MIT
Rita Colwell, University of Maryland and Johns Hopkins
Ronald Prinn, MIT
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