The March edition of Democratic Visions is concerned with climate change. Dr. Eric Grimsrud, atmospheric chemist and Montana State University Professor Emeritus, shares his perspectives on the consequences of mankind’s slow response to the challenge of global warming and highlights two tools that might help, if it is not already too late, 1) the divestment of funds from the fossil fuel industry and 2) a carbon tax. Grimsrud exhibits the vinegary rake that comes with working at a small town newspaper, in this instance, The Zumbrota News Record. During his high school years, Grimsrud, an atmospheric scientist to be, set type for his publisher editor Father.
Humorist Jon Spayde’s Professor of Negativity character and I spend the last moments of this half hour with our own considerations of global warming. I am Bob to his Ray.
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