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Air Pollution from Burning Fossil Fuels Caused 8.7 Million Deaths Worldwide in 2018, Study Shows
February 23, 2021
Eloise Marais, associate professor in physical geography at University College London, discusses the significance of a new study showing the fatal impacts of burning fossil fuels.
Tech Rout Pulls Nasdaq Down 3.5%, Biggest Loss Since October
Feb 23, 2021
Cheddar Climate: Texas Power Failure, Fatal Fossil Fuels, and 'Meltdown'
This episode of Cheddar Climate spans several of the biggest climate issues facing the world today. Gromer Jeffers, political writer from The Dallas Morning News, and Prof. Robert Kopp, director of the Institute of Earth, Ocean, and Atmospheric Sciences at Rutgers University, discuss the fact and fiction behind Texas' power failure following winter storms. Eloise Marais, associate professor in physical geography at University College London, breaks down the takeaways from a new study showing the fatal impacts of fossil fuels. And Tony Leiserowitz, Yale climate scientist, shares his experiences as part of the new documentary "Meltdown."
Feb 23, 2021
'Meltdown' Documentary Offers Firsthand Look at Melting Ice in Greenland
Tony Leiserowitz, Yale climate scientist, shares the takeaways from "Meltdown," a new documentary showing his trip to Greenland after decades of studying climate change.
Feb 8, 2021
New Report Provides U.S. Policy Blueprint to Achieve Net-Zero Carbon Emissions by 2050
Steve Pacala, professor at Princeton University, outlines the proposed path to reaching net-zero carbon emissions by 2050 in the U.S.