If you're complaining, you better come back here and try and help us [with climate change policy]." an interview with Michael MacCracken

Recorded December 21, 2018 Archived December 21, 2018 18:56 minutes
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Michael MacCracken, chief scientist with the Climate Institute came to Washington, DC supposedly for one year, to help ten different agencies involved in climate research to work better together. He stayed for nine years, becoming the liaison to Vice President Al Gore and his team addressing climate change. Michael shares how he found himself working with Vice President Gore, assisting in the Vice President’s efforts to train one thousand presenters on his climate science presentation, and what it was like to attend the Nobel Prize award ceremony in Oslo. (Recorded on 10 December 2018)


  • AGU Narratives
  • Ilan Glazer
  • MIchael MacCracken

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