The United Nations conference on climate change kicked off in Paris this week, and on Monday, President Obama addressed America's role as a major emitter of greenhouse gases. Since 1880, the Earth had warmed by about 1.7 degrees Fahrenheit, a fairly high increase according to scientists. Over the next 30 years, scientists say that climate is likely reflect heavier rainfalls, intense hurricanes and typhoons, and more frequent and damaging coastal floods.
- Andrew Revkin, Dot Earth Blogger, The New York Times
- Bryan Mark, State Climatologist for Ohio and Associate Professor of Geography, Ohio State Byrd Polar and Climate Research Center
- Cinnamon Carlarne, Professor of Law, Ohio State Michael E. Moritz College of Law
- Scott Kulp, Scientist, Climate Central's Program on Sea Level Rise
This show originally aired on December 3, 2015 at 10 a.m.