Dr. Richard Alley speaks before the House Science Committee
ESSC scientist Dr. Richard Alley joined three other experts in a panel testifying before the House Science Committee about global warming and the 2007 IPCC assessment.
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Mitch Albom interviews Dr. James Kasting
National radio talk show host Mitch Albom interviewed Dr. James Kasting on Tuesday, February 6, 2007 about global warming and the impact of the 2007 IPCC report.
Washington Post editorial: Global warning
Editors from the Washington Post weigh in on the 2007 IPCC report and global warming, including insight on the conclusions from Dr. Michael Mann.
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Changes to impact PA farms, weather
Dr. Michael Mann details the possible impacts that global warming could have on Pennsylvania's climate and agriculture. He details how the warming discussed in the IPCC report may already be changing the regional climate.
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After IPCC, 26 scientists speak on global warming
This round-up of commentary from Earth and Sky's web site features several climate experts, including Dr. Michael Mann. Dr. Mann also appeared on the radio show segment.
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Global warming called 'unequivocal'
In this review of the IPCC report, the International Herald-Tribune gets comments from the lead authors, including Dr. Richard Alley, and other interested parties.
Report has "smoking gun" on climate
The first section of the 2007 Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) report is scheduled to be released this week. In a preview of the findings, chapter authors, including Dr. Richard Alley, point to rising temperatures, melting glaciers, and other changes as evidence of human-induced climate change. They also warn of worsening conditions in the future.