Talk of Alaska: Eyewitness to Global Warming

World leaders meet this month in Bali (December 4 to 14) to begin work on a new treaty to succeed the Kyoto Agreement on limiting emissions of greenhouse gases. The United States called the last treaty “flawed” and never ratified it. This one will be different — it’s urgent and the pressure has grown with the unexpectedly large melt-back of the Arctic Ocean ice pack. On this week’s Talk of Alaska we chat with Arctic explorer John Stetson, who mushed a dog team across Baffin Island this year and is an “eyewitness to global warming.”GUESTS:

HOST: Steve Heimel

LIVE BROADCAST: Tue, Dec 4 at 10:00 a.m. on APRN stations statewide

(NOTE: this week many stations chose not to air the live show, instead airing NPR’s live Democratic National Debate, hosted at Iowa Public Radio).


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