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Richard Alley on Today's CO2 Levels

Posted on 30 April 2012 by dana1981

Another re-post from Climate Crocks - videos from Earth, the Operator's Manual and Peter Sinclair featuring Richard Alley discussing today's high CO2 levels.

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  1. You can watch the whole Operators Manual series here. 3 episodes x 54 minutes each (most of what we're seeing is coming from ep. 1); time well spent! (This link seems to have disappeared from the other thread. Perhaps mistaken for linkspam, as I didn't offer an explanation? I can only plead laziness and a presumption of context...)
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  2. Superb educational material. That Richard Alley mentions New Zealand twice in this video clip does not bias my opinion in anyway!
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  3. Watch the full first episode, Rob: NZ is one of the stars!
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