RADIO AND VIDEO: James Hansen: “What Makes A Scientist Take A Stand?”

April 7, 20178:59 AM ET | Heard on TED Radio Hour

At Garn Press we are energized for social action. We support peaceful social movements that connect people and the planet. We support scientists and the scientific community who deliver actionable knowledge that will provide new insights and solutions to solve real world problems. Listen to James Hansen on NPR: “What Makes A Scientist Take A Stand?”

About James Hansen

James Hansen is currently an adjunct professor at Columbia University’s Earth Institute — where he also directs the program on Climate Science, Awareness, and Solutions. Prior to that, he was the director of the NASA Goddard Institute for Space Studies. Dr. Hansen was one of the earliest scientists to call attention to the effects of climate change.

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