Who’s Right on Global Warming: The United Nations’ IPCC or the Skeptics?

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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