Radio Ecoshock Show: The Time of Climate Troubles, Segment 1
Almost half the world's people depend on water from the mountains. But that vital resource is destabilized and disappearing. Canadian scientist Dr. John Pomeroy reports back from the "High Mountain Summit" in Geneva. He reveals secrets of snow and permafrost. Then from Queensland Australia, Dr. Sean Maxwell explains why intact tropical forests count for six times more carbon than we thought. Those distant places may determine how hot, stormy, or flooded your future may be.
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