Changing Planet Town Hall At Yale University

Tom Brokaw joins a panel of experts at Yale University to discuss how climate change is affecting human health, economic opportunity and competitiveness and moral and religious values, as well as how young people are getting involved in finding solutions. Included in the discussion are Rajendra Pachauri, chairman of the IPCC and director of Yale's Climate and Energy Institute, Billy Parish, co-founder of the Energy Action Coalition, author Katharine Hayhoe, and Linda Fisher, the chief sustainability officer at DuPont. This is the full hour-long program, the first of three "Changing Planet" Town Halls being produced in partnership with NBC Learn

Provided by the National Science Foundation & NBC Learn

Runtime: 41:57

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