Randall Cerveny

Arizona State University / UN World Meteorological Organization

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Professor of Geographical Sciences and Urban Planning at Arizona State University and Rapporteur on Extreme Records for the UN's World Meteorological Organization

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Climate change is a big part of Hillary Clinton's campaign and the Democratic platform. Donald Trump and the GOP call it a hoax with no basis in science.

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