“Climate Science, 50 years later”

Hat tip to Peter Sinclair who let us all know about this symposium on his blog.

The link is supposed to start at Dr John Holdren’s talk, but in case it does not, his talk begins at 35:00 into the video.

Dr Holdren’s slides are also available:

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2 Responses to “Climate Science, 50 years later”

  1. jyyh says:

    here’s the time signature to the video at approximately correct place : https://youtu.be/mZvpJqsbPSI?t=2025

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