Wed, Apr 11, 2007 -- 10:00 AM
Global Climate Change in Local ContextDownload audio (MP3)
The show discusses global climate change in a local context with an interdisciplinary panel of experts. How can we translate global models into local, shorter term predictions? How can government, business and citizens take action now?
Host: Michael Krasny
- David Eisenbud, director of the Mathematical Sciences Research Institute, president of the American Mathematical Society and professor of mathematics at UC-Berkeley
- Douglas Ogden, executive vice president of the Energy Foundation and director of its China Sustainable Energy Program
- Dr. Inez Fung, professor of atmospheric science and co-director of UC-Berkeley's Institute for the Environment
- Nancy McFadden, senior vice president of Pacific Gas and Electric Company and former deputy chief of staff to Vice President Al Gore