Masters, Mann, Hayhoe, Douglas: 2012 Review – 2013 Outlook

January 24, 2013

This month’s video for the Yale Forum on Climate Change and the Media.

I stopped by Jeff Masters’s southeast Michigan home in early January, on a day that happened to be a record breaker for high temperatures  – just before a misbehaving jet stream snapped the upper midwest into a deep freeze.  The small spring-fed lake nearby made a great back drop for talking about what’s been happening in the historic watershed year of 2012, and what we can expect in 2013.

For more context, I added in pieces of conversations I’ve had recently with Katharine Hayhoe and Mike Mann – as well as my  favorite Republican Meteorologist, Paul Douglas.

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6 Responses to “Masters, Mann, Hayhoe, Douglas: 2012 Review – 2013 Outlook”

  1. Nick Carter Says:

    Just in! Mike Mann now a Distinguished Professor at Penn State!! :)

    • MorinMoss Says:

      That should start a week-long feeding frenzy of Mann-bashing over at DenierCentral, aka Willard Watts’ Weather Wonderings & Witticisms

  2. rayduray Says:

    Peter,

    They could use your talents at Sundance!

    http://www.democracynow.org/2013/1/24/at_sundance_film_festival_documentaries_shine

    [And as an added incentive, they have some seed money...]

  3. neilrieck Says:

    Not sure how many people here saw this publication from the NAS.

    “Climate Change: Evidence, Impacts, and Choices” is a new (2012) climate change publication from the American National Academy of Science. A physical copy (two books and a DVD) can be purchased for $1 (plus shipping) or you can download a PDF copy for free.

    http://www.nap.edu/catalog.php?record_id=14673


  4. [...] With Masters, Mann, Hayhoe and Douglass. From Climate Denial Crock of the Week. [...]


  5. [...] With Masters, Mann, Hayhoe and Douglass. From Climate Denial Crock of the Week. [...]


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