How To Be Conversant About Climate Change

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What does a person need to know to be able to discuss climate change in an educated way? Climate expert Michael Oppenheimer discusses the history of climate research and some common misconceptions regarding the global climate.

Oppenheimer is co-curator of the American Museum of Natural History's "Climate Change" exhibition, and is a professor of geosciences and international affairs at Woodrow Wilson School, Princeton University.

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