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May 21, 2024

Flower Msuya, Ole Mouritsen, and Paul Carnell all are scientists studying various aspects of seaweeds. Also, Flower helps local producers, Ole experiments with cooking, and Paul helps governments save coastal ecosystems. For the video, audio podcast, transcript and comments:

May 17, 2024

Laura Kahn is a leader in the field of "One Health," which studies the interdependence of human, veterinary, and environmental health issues. She authored a book about the increasing resistance of microbes to antibiotics and antiviral medications, mainly because of over-exposure. For the video, audio podcast,...

May 16, 2024

John Nissen, Robert Tulip, Doug Grandt, and Robin Collins belong to webinar groups studying Stratospheric Aerosol Injection (SAI) as a way of cooling the planet by the same means as volcanoes do. Greg Evans is an expert on aerosols at U of Toronto. We discuss the pros and cons of attempting such a project at full scale....

May 12, 2024

Ulrike Lohmann and Blaz Gasparini are cloud scientists studying the potential climate effects of various geoengineering proposals – especially cirrus cloud thinning, stratospheric aerosol injection, and marine cloud brightening. Adele Buckley asks them whether the Arctic ice could be saved by brightening clouds in a...

Apr 30, 2024

Mark Winfield is a professor specializing in energy policy; Ronald Baiman is a retired economics professor who promotes climate repair technology now; and Arthur Edelstein is an expert on computer privacy. They discuss the changing public opinion about carbon pricing.