Will the Federal Climate Change Report Alter the Debate?

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Wharton's Eric Orts, Rutgers University's Robert Kopp and UC Berkeley's Daniel Kammen discuss the Climate Science Special Report.

A new federal climate change report was released last week stating that not only is the threat of global warming real and dangerous, but it’s also man-made — a point that seems to contradict the current administration’s view of global warming. A recent segment on Knowledge@Wharton’s SiriusXM show looked at the potential impact the “Climate Science Special Report” with Eric Orts,  director of Wharton’s Initiative for Global Environmental Leadership, Robert Kopp, co-director of Rutgers University’s Coastal Climate Risk and Resilience Initiative and one of the report’s lead authors, and Daniel Kammen, the founding director of the University of California, Berkeley’s Renewable and Appropriate Energy Laboratory (RAEL).

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