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The debate over climate change is rapidly becoming nasty and polarizing — even among scientists. But climatologist Claire Parkinson says she can sympathize with people on both sides of the issue. We talk with her about the science behind our changing environment and learn about her work studying the globe’s sea ice.
- Claire Parkinson Climatologist at NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center; and author of "Coming Climate Crisis: Consider the Past, Beware the Big Fix" (Rowan & Littlefield)
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