james hansen climate change

Controversial new research explains why increasing global temperatures could be more dangerous than we thought.
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Most significant for scientists and non-scientists alike is the paper's prediction that current carbon emissions targets will prove too high to prevent long-lasting, irreversible damage to the planet.
At 72, climate scientist James Hansen is retiring as head of NASA's Goddard Institute of Space Studies to work even more actively on climate-change issues.
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Both Hansen and Goddard weighed in on the presidential election. Goddard faulted President Barack Obama's administration
The man who's been called the Paul Revere of climate change, Dr. James Hansen, launched his new book, "Storms of My Grandchildren," last night. His militancy has made him a lightning rod for climate change deniers.