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Forecast: climate conversations with Michael White

By Michael White

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Michael White, Nature's editor for climate science, chats with climate scientists about their work and lives. Guests will include everyone from grad students to the most senior people in the field. Topics will include climate change, models, paleoclimate, IPCC, projections, uncertainty, El Nino, monsoons, aerosols, sea level rise, ocean circulation, glaciology, modes of variability -- pretty much any part of the physical climate systems. Impacts and policy are also in the mix. All views are those of the host and guest.

Customer Reviews

Climate is a happening conversation

The show is smart and entertaining. The host is witty and well prepared. The content provides a unique look into climate science and the scientists that study it. Always looking forward to the next episode.

Not just for climate scientists

While the podcast is focused on climate issues, with the host interviewing prominent scientists in that and related fields, what I love about this podcast is it feels like being in a casual chat and hanging out with like minded friends.

Relevant and intelligent discourse on a critical topic

A great show that provides interesting, accessible, and important discussion on climate change. It's great to hear what the specialist scientists have to say about this politically charged and often misconstrued issue.

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