On January 31, 2019 at the Glaser Center in downtown Santa Rosa, climate scientist Carl Mears described the implications of the recent 3 studies on the climate crisis (IPCC, 4th National Assessment, Global Climate Project report), and addressed the question, “Is it too late?”
Carl Mears is a The Climate Center board member and a senior scientist with Remote Sensing Systems, Santa Rosa, where he specializes in satellite-measured temperature data. Carl has served as a contributing author for the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, the world’s foremost authority on global warming science. He is a member of two international working groups, the Global Climate Observing System Working Group on Atmospheric Reference Observations, and the WCRP Stratospheric Trends Working Group.
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