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RadioEd is a biweekly podcast created by the DU Newsroom that taps into the University of Denver’s deep pool of bright brains to explore new takes on today’s top stories. See below for a full episode transcript.
So far this year we’ve seen fires ravage Greece, record heat waves bake the U.S. and a massive 7.2 earthquake rock Haiti. These catastrophic events are symptoms of a larger issue according to the latest report from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change. The report’s analysis makes clear that climate change is real, it is dangerous and it’s happening now. Cullen Hendrix, a professor in the Josef Korbel School of International Studies and senior research advisor at the Center for Climate and Security shares with us key takeaways from the report, what they mean for humanity and why he still holds out hope.
- IPCC Sixth Assessment Report
- NYT: A Hotter Future Is Certain, Climate Panel Warns. But How Hot Is Up to Us.
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- Washington Post: Will climate change lead to more world conflict?
- War on the Rocks: Climate Change as an Unconventional Security Risk
- Just Security: An Age of Actorless Threats: Rethinking National Security in Light of COVID and Climate