U.N. Report Focuses on Climate Change Mitigation

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The latest international report on climate change was released Friday in Bangkok. The message is clear: Governments must act quickly to slow warming and avoid catastrophe. Guests discuss the report and strategies to mitigate climate change, including carbon sequestration technologies.

Jon Hamilton, NPR science correspondent

Elizabeth Malone, staff scientist, Joint Global Change Research Institute, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory and the University of Maryland

Robert Socolow, professor, Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, co-director, The Carbon Mitigation Initiative, Princeton University



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