How Serious is Climate Change?

On April 17th, 2008 author Richard Brenne assembled a panel to discuss the seriousness of climate change. The panel consisted of NCAR Social Scientist and IPCC Author Dr. Patricia Romero Lankao, CU Atmospheric Science Department Chair Dr. Brian Toon and NCAR Senior Scientist and IPCC Report Lead Author Dr. Kevin Trenberth.

We recorded the event, which consisted of a single camera and an audio patch into the room sound system. The video content was edited and published into segments that address a single question or topic. In total 16 segments were worth publishing and can be found at the following web address: http://video.onsight-media.com/cu_salon_series/climate_change.htm

The video content was also uploaded to Current TV to reach a relevant audience.

Listen to the panel here:

Here is a list of links to each topic:
NUCLEAR WINTER AND CLIMATE CHANGE

WHAT WOULD HAPPEN IF INDIA AND PAKISTAN GOT INTO A NUCLEAR WAR

STUDYING CLIMATE CHANGE: ANOTHER ICE AGE?

IPCC REPORTS

HAS CIVILIZATION BEEN A GOOD IDEA?

WHERE ARE THE PEOPLE MOST VULNERABLE TO CLIMATE CHANGE?

DEVELOPING COUNTRIES AND CLIMATE CHANGE

WATER VAPOR: THE MOST ABUNDANT GREENHOUSE GAS

COMMENTS ON GLOBAL DIMMING

COMMENTS ON CARBON BASED PARTICULATES

THE UNITED STATES IS THE BIGGEST LOSER IN GLOBAL CLIMATE CHANGE

CLIMATE CHANGE AGGRAVATES EXISTING STRESSES

HOW THE GREENHOUSE EFFECT WORKS

CLIMATE CHANGE: A CONTRARIAN VIEWPOINT

FINAL COMMENTS