Saturday, June 14, 2008

Video content: Talks on Climate Change

"....The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) - co-Laureates, with Al Gore, of the 2007 Nobel Peace Prize - presented a public lecture series on its work entitled: "Inside the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change: Science, Policy, and Politics". UChannel is devoting the coming week to this important climate change lecture series, with the publication of one IPCC lecture each day from June 15-20...."

Coming up this week are talks from Isaac Held, V. "Ram" Ramaswamy, Ron Stouffer, Michael Oppenheimer, Jae Edmonds & Gary Yohe all speaking on IPCC activities from the evolution of the science to macroeconomics.

From TheCattleFish

2 comments:

Roger said...

Let's hope there is some decisive outcomes here. What worries me is that climate change is being discussed at high levels yet with a few exceptions the result on the street is business as usual.

Addressing climate change is going to require more than fancy meetings. Governments are going to have to take tough measures and it's been a long time since the Australian government here did anything even close to making a difficult decision.

Dave said...

Roger ... I agree... these talks are just academics explaining the science ... the next big chunk of 'tough measure' type stuff is the REDD program from the United Nations ... it's an attempt to limit deforestation ... I should do a blog on it... it's still in the oven ... lets hope it doesn't come out half baked