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An Interview with Dr. Harte about Climate Shock

September 23, 2011

This is a link to an extensive interview with Dr. John Harte of UC-Berkley in regards to climate change.

Full Article at http://www.forbes.com/sites/michaeltobias/2011/08/29/climate-shock-uc-berkeley-scientist-dr-john-harte-puts-the-world-on-notice/

By Michael Tobias

Dr. John Harte is based at the University of
California-Berkeley Department of Environmental Science, Policy &
Management. With a PhD in physics, his research encompasses the most serious
biochemical and climate-ecosystem feedback processes of global warming and
theoretical ecology. He has been at the forefront, for decades, of some of the
most important studies pertaining to the biological impacts – particularly in
alpine environments – of climate change, as well as humanity’s role in the disruption of critical
ecosystems.

I have had the privilege of working twice with Dr. Harte during the last
eight months: once for a day filming our three-hour Dancing Star Foundation TV
series, “State of the Earth” and then again this July at the Rocky Mountain
Biological Laboratory above Crested Butte, Colorado, where Dr. Harte and
colleagues have been monitoring climate, soil and biological changes for nearly
two decades. His profound, interdisciplinary understanding of the causes and
consequences of climate change are urgent news, beyond anything you may yet have
heard about.

Full Article at http://www.forbes.com/sites/michaeltobias/2011/08/29/climate-shock-uc-berkeley-scientist-dr-john-harte-puts-the-world-on-notice/

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