Ken Caldeira

Stanford University

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Climate scientist at Carnegie Institution's Department of Global Ecology at Stanford University

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As another  international climate conference  begins in Bonn, Germany, today, the world continues to warm and the human role grows ever more clear, as does the inability to reach…

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As another  international climate conference  begins in Bonn, Germany, today, the world continues to warm and the human role grows ever more clear, as does the inability to reach…

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As another international climate conference begins in Bonn, Germany, today, the world continues to warm and the human role grows ever more clear, as does the inability to reach…

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