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Episode 146: The Conversation Surrounding Climate Change

A University of Arizona researcher is ensuring social science is part of the conversation surrounding climate change.

AZSCI 146 Climate Change Conversation A NASA computer model of global temperature forecasts.

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The Conversation Surrounding Climate Change

This episode is supported by the The Research Corporation for Science Advancement.
Episode 146: UA geography professor Diana Liverman

UA geography professor Diana Liverman is studying the human dimensions of global warming and environmental change. She is urging governments to take social science more seriously as they try to craft policy to confront the climate change issue. According to Prof. Liverman, humans are causing climate change and it's up to humans to stop it.

Prof. Liverman also co-authored a report on global warming published in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS) in August. The report details the domino effect of further warming if greenhouse gases continue to be released into the Earth's atmosphere.

Prof. Diana Liverman was interviewed for Arizona Science by Leslie Tolbert, Ph. D., Regents Professor Emerita in Neuroscience at the University of Arizona.

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