EPISODES:
Harvard Speaks on Climate Change. Joseph Aldy: “Designing Public Policy to Address Climate Change” Harvard Speaks on Climate Change. Sheila Jasanoff: “Towards a More Inclusive Conversation About Climate Change” Harvard Speaks on Climate Change: Jerry X. Mitrovica: “The Fingerprints of Sea Level Rise” Harvard Speaks on Climate Change: Martin Weitzman: “Fat Tails and Uncertainty in Climate Change Impacts” Harvard Speaks on Climate Change. Elizabeth Wolkovich: “Climate Change and the Phenology of Wine Grapes” Harvard Speaks on Climate Change. James Anderson: “Ozone Loss Over the United States” Harvard Speaks on Climate Change. Stephen Ansolabehere: “Public Opinion About Energy Sources” Harvard Speaks on Climate Change. William C. Clark: “Climate Change and the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals” Harvard Speaks on Climate Change. Jody Freeman: “How Will the Trump Administration Impact Climate Policy?” Harvard Speaks on Climate Change. Rebecca Henderson: “Accelerating Energy Innovation” Harvard Speaks on Climate Change. Paul Moorcroft: “Climate Change and the Amazon Forest” Harvard Speaks on Climate Change. James Engell: “The Humanities and Climate Change” Harvard Speaks on Climate Change. William Hogan: “Integrating Renewables into Energy Markets” Harvard Speaks on Climate Change. Peter Huybers: “Refining Climate Predictions” Harvard Speaks on Climate Change. Daniel Jacob: “Understanding Methane to Improve Climate Policy” Harvard Speaks on Climate Change. David Keith: “Solar Geoengineering: The Case for Research” Harvard Speaks on Climate Change. Robin Kelsey: “Climate Change and the History of Photography” Harvard Speaks on Climate Change. Joseph Lassiter: “New Nuclear Technologies” Harvard Speaks on Climate Change. Jennifer Leaning: “The Humanitarian Impact of Climate Change” Harvard Speaks on Climate Change. Ali Malkawi: “Re-thinking Buildings and Cities” Harvard Speaks on Climate Change. James McCarthy: “Consequences of a Warming Arctic” Harvard Speaks on Climate Change. Michael McElroy: “China’s Transition to Low-Carbon Energy” Harvard Speaks on Climate Change. Sam Myers:”How Rising CO2 Threatens Human Nutrition” Harvard Speaks on Climate Change. Naomi Oreskes: “An Organized Campaign to Attack Climate Science” Harvard Speaks on Climate Change. Forest Reinhardt: “The Case Against Hidden Subsidies for Greenhouse Gas Emissions” Harvard Speaks on Climate Change. Andrew Richardson: “PhenoCam: A Continental-Scale Phenological Record” Harvard Speaks on Climate Change. Dan Schrag: “Clues to Climate Sensitivity from Past Climate” Harvard Speaks on Climate Change. Robert Stavins: “Using Economics to Address Climate Change” Harvard Speaks on Climate Change. James Stock: “Economic Policies for Carbon Reduction” Harvard Speaks on Climate Change. Dustin Tingley: “Public Opinion About Climate Change” Harvard Speaks on Climate Change. Eli Tziperman: “How Clouds Suppress Arctic Air Mass Formation” Harvard Speaks on Climate Change. Steve Wofsy: “Precision Tracking of CO2 Sources and Sinks”

Harvard Speaks on Climate Change. Eli Tziperman: “How Clouds Suppress Arctic Air Mass Formation”

Higher concentrations of CO2 are not enough to explain the extremely warm temperatures of 50 million years ago. A model shows that low-level clouds over the Arctic, triggered by increased humidity from a warmer Pacific, might hold the answer to why the Earth was dramatically warmer at this time in its history.

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