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…

Franken-clouds on the Horizon?

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…

Franken-clouds on the Horizon?

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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