The Conduct Science Podcast: Rod Schoonover – Climate Change
00:00 – Introduction
01:08 – Rod Schoonover
04:36 – What is climate change?
06:48 – The white house and climate change deniers
19:50 – Why is climate change a national security issue?
27:51 – Will there be change in the global view?
29:27 – Who is responsible?
38:36 – What can WE do?
43:57 – Ecological Futures group
47:05 – Is climate change the biggest threat we will face?
49:23 – Are you optimistic about climate change?
51:50 – Ending and outro
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Links from the show:
- Ecological Futures Group
- Rod Schoonover’s Twitter (@RodSchoonover)
- Rod’s op-ed in the New York Times
This week on The Conduct Science Podcast, Mitch and Tom return to Climate Change. Join them as they find out just exactly what climate change is, just why it is so important to talk about, and why we should be concerned. This time, the boys explore the effects of climate change and who should we be blaming for it all? The West? The developed? The developing? Lastly, they explore what you can do to make a difference and turn the tide on climate. Music by: Joakim Karud – https://soundcloud.com/joakimkarud.
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