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Climate Change Pt. 2 with Mathias Vuille: A Case Study of Peru's Quelccaya Ice Cap

Vuille is a professor in the College of Arts and Sciences. Photo by Patrick Dodson. 

ALBANY, N.Y. (Feb. 6, 2019) -- On Pt. 2 of a three-part series on climate change, Mathias Vuille from the department of atmospheric and environmental sciences provides a case study on Peru's retreating Quelccaya Ice Cap.

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We launched the mini-series with Brian Greenhill of Rockefeller College with insight on how policy makers can more persuasively approach the issue. Next time, we'll hear from Brett Levy of the School of Education on how high school textbooks frame the issue of climate change, and the extent to which they prepare today's youth for civic participation.

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