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Radical Emissions Planning: Kevin Anderson interview


This posts pulls together a couple of recent videos featuring Kevin Anderson. First up is an  interview by Manchester Climate Monthly following the December 2013 Radical  Emissions Reduction Conference in the UK. Kevin answers questions on the purpose of the conference, on scientists being "political", and on civil disobedience and shale gas.

Manchester Climate Monthly also pulled out these 2 clips - Kevin Anderson on scientists who get political, Kevin Anderson on shale gas and disobedience.

Below is Kevin's presentation from the conference.

Kevin Anderson - The emissions case for a radical plan from tyndallcentre on Vimeo.

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