Robert A. Knox ’64, researcher and associate director emeritus of Scripps Institution of Oceanography, and Harvey M. Sheldon ’64, an environmental lawyer with Hinshaw & Culbertson LLP, will discuss the significance (or not) of human-produced greenhouse gases toward global climate change. Knox will argue that human emissions are significant and the evidence is credible, Sheldon will give a skeptic’s view. Richard E. Sparks ’64, researcher with the Great Rivers Research and Education Center, will moderate. Presented by the Class of 1964.
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