Ken Caldeira talks about Marvel, Kravitz, and Caldeira, Geophysical limits to global wind power, Nature Climate Change, 2012 dge.stanford.edu
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Contribute your idea! Comment on and rate others’! I’ve been invited to give a talk at the American Geophysical Union’s Fall Meeting on communicating the science of environmental changes to the general public. Problem is, I’ve got 48 hours to submit the abstract, and I don’t know what to call the talk. I would LOVE suggestions and collaborations and feedback and feuding (gentlemanly, of course) in the comments section on a title for my talk. Others who will be sharing the stage and talking on the same subject: James Hansen, Michael Oppenheimer, and Naomi Oreskes. I feel like a giddy teeny-bopper at a rock concert! I could always use the title of my book: “What’s the Worst That Could Happen? A Rational Response to the Climate Change Debate,” (it has the required colon for all academic titles), but I don’t like it. Thanks!