Briefly noted: Holdren interview, Northeast Climate Impacts, BBC Climate of Fear transcript

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Interview on climate change with Prof. John Holdren, Harvard University, President of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (video, 6 minutes) (Windows Media)) (RealVideo))

Union of Concerned Scientists, Climate Change in the U.S. Northeast—A report of the Northeast Climate Impacts Assessment

BBC Panorama, “Global Warming: Bush’s Climate of Fear”—transcript of program first aired June 4, 2006.

“The Northeast Climate Impacts Assessment (NECIA) is a collaboration between the Union of Concerned Scientists and a team of independent experts using state-of-the-art tools to assess how global warming will affect the Northeast United States following two different paths: A higher emissions path with continued rapid growth in global warming pollution, and a lower emissions path with greatly reduced heat trapping emissions.”

On BBC Panorama, “Global Warming: Bush’s Climate of Fear”—see our June 7 post. 
BBC-TV News Panorama aired Bush’s Climate of Fear on BBC One on Sunday, 4 June 2006, as part of their Climate Chaos series (Archived webcast).  This 40-minute documentary includes interviews with Robert Corell (Chair, Arctic Climate Impact Assessment), James Hansen (Director, NASA Goddard Institute for Space Studies), James Connaughton (Chair, White House Council on Environmental Quality), Thomas Knutson (NOAA Geophysical Fluid Dynamics Laboratory), Jerry Mahlman (National Center for Atmospheric Research), Frank Luntz (Republican pollster and strategist) and Climate Science Watch Director Rick Piltz.

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