November 16 - ASU Climate Change Town Hall

Posted on 11/15/2011 04:22 PM

Changing Planet

As part of NBC's "Green Is Universal" week, The Weather Channel aired the third town hall in NBC Learn's "Changing Planet" series on Wednesday, November 16th.

ASU Panel

"Changing Planet: Adapting to Our Water Future," is all about fresh water - perhaps the world's most precious resource, and one that's increasingly threatened by both rising population as well as climate change. In front of a live audience at Arizona State University, our host, NBC News Chief Environmental Correspondent Anne Thompson, asked a panel of experts how shifting climate patterns are stressing our freshwater resources and what we can do to develop better, more sustainable water practices.

THE PANEL:

Richardson Gammage

Cullen Mulroy

The Honorable Bill Richardson, Former Governor of New Mexico

Grady Gammage, Jr., Senior Sustainability Scholar, Morrison Institute for Public Policy 

Heidi Cullen, Host, Forecast Earth and Research Scientist and Corespondent, Climate Central 

Pat Mulroy, General Manager, Southern Nevada Water Authority

MODERATED BY:

Thompson

Anne Thompson, Chief Environmental Affairs Correspondent, NBC News

 

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