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June 17th 2014:Are We Fiddling While California Burns and Miami Sinks? Why Can’t We Do Something About Global Warming?

Fly over California and look at the parched earth. Go to Miami Beach and watch the waters rise. Why are we still arguing about global warming? Why are we still resisting making the big changes? And whose fault is it? Special interests? China? Politicians who are afraid to ask us or industry to change? Or is the problem us – all of us? We want the car that uses lots of gas because it’s more comfortable. We don’t want to pay more for green products. Very few of us are prepared to change OUR lives or demand change from industry. And fewer of us even know what to do. A couple of months ago climate

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Dr.Grant Deane

Dr.Grant Deane is the Director of the Hydraulics Lab of the Scripps Institution of Oceanography (SIO), UC San Diego. Focusing on upper ocean physics, Dr. Deane travels extensively to speak and meet others in the international scientific community studying climate change. He received B.Sc. and M.Sc. degrees in physics from Auckland University, New Zealand, and a PH.D. in mathematics from Oxford. A Mellon Fellow at SIO from 1990 to 1992, since 1995, he has been a Research Oceanographer at the Institution, where he is now the Director of the Hydraulics lab. His research interests include under water acoustics, small-scale, upper ocean physics and its relationship to weather and climate, and bio
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