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Science Roundtable Participants

About the Roundtable
On September 23, 2003, a group of earth scientists expert in the study of climate change convened at Minnesota Public Radio headquarters in downtown St. Paul to address the possibility of abrupt climate change and the options for managing its impact through control of CO2 emissions. The group also looked at the steps needed to motivate public institutions to implement conservation measures. Joining the roundtable were independent documentary producers, and journalists from National Public Radio and Minnesota Public Radio.

Photo of Greenland: Courtesy of Philip Conkling, Philip Walsh, and Gary Comer

For More Information
For more information about the Roundtable, contact mail@mpr.org For information about Minnesota Public Radio, visit www.mpr.org

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Abrupt Climate Change - Overview
Listen (02:59:03)

Wally Broecker Presentation
Larry Edwards
David Battisti Presentation

Fossil Fuel, C02, and the Angry Climate Beast by Wally Broecker (Requires Adobe Acrobat Reader)

Pages 1-25 (Approx. 2 MB)
Pages 26-50 (Approx. 7 MB)
Pages 51-75 (Approx. 9 MB)
Pages 76-117 (Approx 6 MB)
Full book (31 MB)

Fossil-Fuel Buildup - Finding Solutions
Listen (01:43:12)

Klaus Lackner
David Keith

Zero Emissions Goal - Creating Consensus
Listen (01:45:32)

John Ashton
Daniel Hoffmann

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