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CRD's Dáithí Stone Comments on Recent Paris Climate Agreement

December 23, 2015


Carbon Brief — a website dedicated to analysis and fact checking of energy policy and climate science — spoke to a number of prominent scientists at last week’s American Geophysical Union meeting in San Francisco to get their thoughts on the new Paris climate agreement, including Dáithí Stone of the Computational Research Division.

Watch the video here.


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