The Climate Show Episode 12: twisters, ozone and Google in the sun

The Climate Show have just released Episode 12. Ozone is the centrepiece this week, with Dr Olaf Morgenstern of NIWA's Central Otago atmospheric science lab (celebrating its 50th birthday at the moment) explaining the ins and outs of the ozone holes north and south, and their impacts on the climate system. Plus tornadoes, heatwaves, UN negotiations at an impasse, more melting in the Arctic, airships, see-through solar cells and Google's solar towers. I didn't talk with Glenn and Gareth this eipsode as I was launching Climate Change Denial on the day of the recording. I haven't had a chance to listen to this ep yet - I like to download the iTunes audio onto my iPod and catch up on the latest climate news while driving or doing chores.

Posted by John Cook on Friday, 6 May, 2011

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