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Four voices: Steve Sherwood's breakthrough science shows world heading over climate cliff; Arnie Gundersen on fake alarm over California beaches; Bruce Laurie on toxic chemicals and detox; energy expert Daniel Kammen says suburbs killing climate.
All interviews by Alex Smith of Radio Ecoshock
Arnie Gundersen podcast care of fairewinds.org
Incidental music by Alex Smith
On broadcast version, good breakpoint at 29:32 with reintro.
Dr. Steve Sherwood in Australia made a breakthrough on the future of clouds. It's not good news: we are headed over the climate cliff to a world at least 4 degrees Centigrade hotter.
But sometimes the doom talk goes too far. Nuclear Engineer Arnie Gundersen says the West Coast is not highly radioactive from Fukushima, no matter what Net newbies tell you.
Are you concerned about all the pesticides and other chemicals getting into your body? Bruce Laurie has a new book out about toxic stuff getting into us, how to get it out, and which detox methods really work.
While big national governments are failing miserably on climate change, local city governments are trying to make themselves more sustainable. Are we headed in the right direction? Daniel Kammen has advised the White House and the World Bank. He's got some advice for all of us, here on Radio Ecoshock.