Climate Technologies To The Rescue

The Agenda with Steve Paikin

Slowing down emissions of CO2 will not be sufficient to contend with climate warming and its impacts. New technological interventions are needed quickly. They are expensive, controversial, and necessary. We get some insight from David Keith of Harvard University; Holly Buck of the University of Buffalo, and the University of Toronto's Marcius Extavour.
Episode:
Can Tech Help Fight Climate Change?
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Environment
Aired:
Oct 06, 2021
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