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Healing the Earth
Climate Change Breakdown
Interview
Lara Hansen, chief climate change scientist with the World Wildlife Fund
 Healing the Earth  Contact Contributor
Dec. 21, 2005, 8:04 a.m.
The WWF's chief climate change scientist lets us know how the climate is changing around the planet. From Arctic melting, to dying oceans, to the tipping points of the inevitable collapse, she makes the connections.
healing the earth radio, cfru, guelph, ontario
Climate change is intense. The general scientific consensus is that in several decades there will be hundreds of millions of environmental refugees, drowning coastal cities, thousands and thousands of sunken islands, and ecosystems will collapse everywhere. Learn what's going on and prepare while you can.

The Battered Earth Hits Back Download Program Podcast
Climate Change Breakdown
00:49:10 1 Dec. 7, 2005
guelph, ontario
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The Battered Earth Hits Back Download Program Podcast
Climate Change Breakdown
00:49:10 1 Dec. 7, 2005
guelph, ontario
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 00:25:30  128Kbps mp3
(14.59MB) Mono
713 Download File...