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Climate Change
the Other Side of the News
Speech
Dr M. Waddington
 Maggie Hughes  Contact Contributor
McMaster University has a climate change research centre -set up as of March 2010. It encompasses 24 scientists , all looking at the effects that our changed climate has already had on the planet, and what we must do to keep global temperatures from climbing.
"No more business as usual"
DR. Waddington, Environment Hamilton
In March of 2010 the new Climate Change Research centre opened.
with 24 Sicentists, mostly from McMaster Univerisity.

Dr. Mike Waddington is the Associate Director of the centre, and he came to speak to Environment Hamilton's 10th Annual meeting and lecture.

http://www.science.mcmaster.ca/geo/faculty/arain/research/research.htm

http://www.mcmasterinnovationpark.ca/calendar/75/37-CIHR-CAFE-SCIENTIFIQUE-7-00-p-m---9-00-p-m/

note: From the Producer.
When Stephen Harper took office, many climate research departments and sites were closed. Scientist let go. Apparently he doesn't want anything to interfere with His sales of Tar Oil.
M.H.

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McMaster Climate change centre
00:29:45 1 April 26, 2011
Hamilton Ontario Canada
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