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Making a Global Plan for Climate Change

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Tuesday, March 29, 2016

Dr. Henrik Selin explains the urgent need for a serious international commitment to deal with climate change and its impact on all nations. He assesses the recent Paris agreement and he explains why public engagement and pressure will be essential to establishing a viable climate policy.

Dr. Henrik Selin is an Associate Professor of International Relations and Director of Curricular Innovation & Initiatives in the Frederick S. Pardee School of Global Studies at Boston University. Selin is the author and co-editor of several major books on global issues of environment and climate change, along with many professional articles. He has also written numerous articles for the general public on the need for a global policy to deal with climate change.