Eileen Claussen

President, Pew Center on Global Climate Change

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Eileen Claussen on KCRW

At the  Global Warming Conference  in Bali, Indonesia, there is growing frustration with the United States.  The European Union is threatening to boycott talks on global warming set by…

Difficulties in Bali and Washington over Emissions and Energy

At the Global Warming Conference in Bali, Indonesia, there is growing frustration with the United States.  The European Union is threatening to boycott talks on global warming set by…

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Climate change is no longer a question of "if" or "when."  The impact of warming is evident right now—and so is the human contribution.  Even if greenhouse-gas emissions are…

With Global Warming Already Here, What Do We Do about It?

Climate change is no longer a question of "if" or "when."  The impact of warming is evident right now—and so is the human contribution.  Even if greenhouse-gas emissions are…

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