Stephen Schneider

Co-author of the IPCC's Fourth Assessment Report

Guest

Co- author of the IntergovernmentalPanel on Climate Change's Fourth Assessment Report; Climate Scientist at Stanford University; former consultant to the White House in the Nixon, Carter, Reagan, Bush Sr, and Clinton Administrations; author of numerous books, including Global Warming: Are We Entering the Greenhouse Century?and Science as a Contact Sport: Inside the Battle to Save Earth's Climate

Stephen Schneider on KCRW

Is the seriousness of global warming exaggerated? When the Gallup Poll first asked that question in 1997, just 31% of Americans said "yes."

The Politics of Climate Change

Is the seriousness of global warming exaggerated? When the Gallup Poll first asked that question in 1997, just 31% of Americans said "yes."

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The Gallup Poll says Americans are  increasingly skeptical  about the dangers of global warming and the urgency of reducing the rate of climate change.

Political Change on Climate Change

The Gallup Poll says Americans are increasingly skeptical about the dangers of global warming and the urgency of reducing the rate of climate change.

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