For everyone unable to attend or view this event on June 11, the webcast prepared by Multimedia Services is now available to staff and the public on the AtmosNews YouTube channel.
Please visit http://youtu.be/h73241GaBcc to view this two-hour interactive discussion with Anthony Leiserowitz, director of the Yale Project on Climate Change Communication and principal investigator for the landmark reports on Global Warming's Six Americas.
The presentation addresses the challenges faced by scientists, policy makers, and others in understanding the different segments of American public opinion and how best to share the findings of peer-reviewed science. A panel of scientists joined Leiserowitz to reflect on his talk and share insights gleaned from their public presentations.
Mark Serreze, director, National Snow and Ice Data Center; research professor in physical geography, University of Colorado Boulder; and fellow, Cooperative Institute for Research in Environmental Science
Joanie Kleypas, NCAR scientist, NESL/Climate and Global Dynamics
Jerry Meehl, NCAR senior scientist, NESL/Climate and Global Dynamics
The session concludes with Q&A with the audience. The event was MC'd by NCAR's Jim Hurrell and by Alice Madden, the Tim Wirth Chair in Sustainable Development at the University of Colorado Denver.