We have 2.5C locked in, and we’re going for 3C. Climate Change: A Revised Prediction - Steven Chu

1:24:11 When you are on your death bed, and you hear grand children say "Hey Grand pa, you could have done something about it. You were in position of political power. You could have done something about this. Did you not love us?”
1:25:44 Indigenous people, who live close to the land, have a deep appreciation of a person’s impact on nature, they’re immersed in it.


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----------------------- Nobelist, physicist, Stanford professor, Steven Chu talks about the updated story of climate change, the unheard story behind his Nobel Prize & time in public service, and how he thinks that meritocracy is at risk. Professor Steven Chu is the William R. Kenan Jr. Professor at Stanford University, the 1997 Nobel Laureate in Physics for the "development of methods to cool and trap atoms with laser light," and the 12th US Secretary of Energy. The host, Gita Wirjawan is an Indonesian educator and entrepreneur. He is currently teaching at Stanford as a visiting scholar at the university’s Walter H. Shorenstein Asia Pacific Research Center (APARC).

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