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This is the fourth in a series of four podcasts on the story of fossil fuels.  This four-part series can be found on NASA's Climate Kids website at:  http://climatekids.nasa.gov

In this podcast we look at "the challenge."

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This is the third in a series of four podcasts on the story of fossil fuels.  This four-part series can be found on NASA's Climate Kids website at:  http://climatekids.nasa.gov

In this podcast we look at gas.

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This is the second in a series of four podcasts on the story of fossil fuels.  This four-part series can be found on NASA's Climate Kids website at:  http://climatekids.nasa.gov

In this podcast we look at oil.

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This is the first in a series of four podcasts on the story of fossil fuels.  This four-part series can be found on NASA's Climate Kids website at:  http://climatekids.nasa.gov

In this podcast we look at coal.

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This is the fourth in a series of four podcasts on how climate scientists really feel about climate change.  They are the words of real scientists. Researchers that understand climate change.  

This podcast shares the words of Dr. Ruth Mottram, Climate Scientist, at the Danish Meteorological Institute.  The letters of over 50 scientists can be found online at:

http://isthishowyoufeel.weebly.com/this-is-how-scientists-feel.html

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This is the third in a series of four podcasts on how climate scientists really feel about climate change.  They are the words of real scientists. Researchers that understand climate change.  

This podcast shares the words of Professor Mark Maslin, Professor of Climatology, University College in London.  The letters of over 50 scientists can be found online at:

http://isthishowyoufeel.weebly.com/this-is-how-scientists-feel.html

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This is the second in a series of four podcasts on how climate scientists really feel about climate change.  They are the words of real scientists. Researchers that understand climate change.  

This podcast shares the words of Jessica Carilli, PhD Earth Science, University of Massachusetts, Boston.  The letters of over 50 scientists can be found online at:

http://isthishowyoufeel.weebly.com/this-is-how-scientists-feel.html


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This is the first in a series of four podcasts on how climate scientists really feel about climate change.  They are the words of real scientists. Researchers that understand climate change.  

This podcast shares the words of Anthony Richardson, Climate Change Ecologist, University of Queensland.  The letters of over 50 scientists can be found online at:

http://isthishowyoufeel.weebly.com/this-is-how-scientists-feel.html

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I was recently visiting the Climate Headlines at:

http://climate.nasa.gov

In the "Headlines" was an article entitled, "Most Glaciers in the  Mount Everest Area Will Disappear with Climate Change."  About 5500 glaciers could disappear or drastically retreat by the end of the century with severe impacts, say scientists.

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I was recently visiting the Climate Headlines at:

http://climate.nasa.gov

In the "Headlines" was an article entitled, "Climate Change Could Bring Misery for Hay Fever Sufferers."  Warmer weather could increase the spread of ragweed pollen, which not only causes severe allergic reactions but extends hay fever season to autumn.

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