The Climate Show Episode 13: James Hansen and The Critical Decade

The Climate Show have just released Episode 13. Special guest on this week's show is Dr James Hansen, director of NASA's Goddard Institute of Space Studies and perhaps the best-known climate scientist in the world -- the man who put the 350 in and a forceful advocate for leaving coal in the ground. He recently toured New Zealand and Gareth sprang out from behind a pot plant at Canterbury University for a snap interview (just kidding Gareth):

I talk to the guys about what it's like to emerge from my blogging dungeon into the real world to launch Haydn Washington's and my new book Climate Change Denial: Heads In The Sand, and also debunk the "CO2 lags warming" myth.

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Posted by John Cook on Wednesday, 25 May, 2011

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