Manufactured Climate Change in the Skies: Expert Panel Discussion

By The Commonwealth Club of California

What is happening in our skies may have more to do with global climate change than we know.  From commercial airlines’ contrails to solar radiation management and weather modification, new and challenging perspectives are emerging. Across the board, diverse interest groups have started to investigate these phenomena and their effects on weather patterns, plants and wildlife, and the health of people. [Image: Daniel J. Towsey]

What’s going on, how do we understand it, and what can we do about it? This panel discussion by experts held on March 28, 2011 seeks to answer some of these questions.

Panel:

Mark Jacobson, Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering and Director of the Atmosphere/Energy Program, Stanford University

Eric Karlstrom, Professor of Geography, California State University; Filmmaker

Allan Buckmann, Former Scientist, California Fish and Game; Presenter, UN Conference on Global Warming (2007)

Rosalind Peterson, President and Co-founder, Agriculture Defense Coalition; Former U.S.D.A., Farm Service Agency and Presenter at UN Conference on Global Warming (2007)

Christie Dames, CEO, TechTalk / Studio – Moderator

Listen Here: http://www.commonwealthclub.org/events/archive/podcast/man-made-climate-change-skies-32811

Hear more of Allan Buckman in this 2010 interview:

One response to “Manufactured Climate Change in the Skies: Expert Panel Discussion

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