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 Radio Ecoshock Show 
 the science and signals of climate emergency
 Weekly Program
 Jeff Masters, Kevin Trenberth, David Spratt
 Alex Smith  
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Meteorologist & storm expert Dr. Jeff Masters on super storms predicted by James Hansen-led paper "Ice melt, sea level rise and superstorms...". Dr. Kevin Trenberth from USA National Center for Atmospheric Research has doubts about the science & Hansen's predictions. Australian author & activist David Spratt ("Climate Code Red" on the dying Great Barrier Reef.
All interviews by Alex Smith of Radio Ecoshock

Occasional music by Alex Smith
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A number of influential scientists do not yet agree with the claims launched in this paper by Hansen et al. It isn't settled, but it is unsettling. If you search the Net, or looks at the publicly available chain of reviewer comments, it appears Hansen is at the bleeding edge, and not the core, of the current climate research community.

But events thought to have low odds have already happened. Nobody knows where this experiment with the atmosphere is going. I talk over what could happen in super storms, with one of the world's top experts on today's extreme weather, Jeff Masters.

Dr. Kevin Trenberth declined a live interview, but did send prepared comments on the Hansen-led paper, with his permission to read them out on radio.

David Spratt is lively and full of perspective on what the Great Barrier Reef is (one of the 7 wonders of the world), and why it is dying now, due to ocean heating. If it goes, we all lose. One quarter of all marine species depend on coral reefs, which are in trouble in the Caribbean, India, and most places of the world. Australia's giant reef is the cornerstone, and up to 95% of the prime reef has "bleached". Can it ever recover?

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