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After Louisiana floods, U.S. accelerates climate change with offshore drilling

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| August 23, 2016
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Climate change puts future Summer Olympics at risk, scientists warn

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| August 16, 2016
| August 12, 2016
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Ears on the earth: Taking the next leap

August 12, 2016
| In our final installment of our podcasts from the World Social Forum, we look at the next steps for the LEAP Manifesto.
Length: 27:37 minutes (25.29 MB)
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If climate change is our defining issue, where's the public debate on it?

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I've been reading about the great public debate on the theory of relativity. It happened 100 years ago, mostly in Europe, but it's refreshing to look back at it in view of how today's major science issue, climate change, has been treated -- when it's been treated -- during the U.S. election.

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