'Overheated: The Human Cost of Climate Change'

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Andrew Guzman realizes that his warnings about the human costs of climate change might come across as alarmist. "But that's because we should be alarmed," he writes in his new book "Overheated." The UC Berkeley law professor believes that there has been too much discussion about the science of climate change, and not enough about the likely consequences -- things like famine, war and mass migration. Guzman joins us in the studio.

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Andrew Guzman, professor of law and associate dean for international and advanced degree programs at UC Berkeley School of Law and author most recently of "Overheated: The Human Cost of Climate Change"

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