CONvergence, Minneapolis' great big science fiction and fantasy convention, also has a whole series of panels based on hard science—Skepchickcon. This year, I was invited to speak on a few of the panels, including two that dealt with climate science. The best bits of those panels—"The Chilling Effects of Denialism,” and “Who Will Save the Polar Bears"—have been edited up and published online as this week's Skeptically Speaking podcast. Besides myself, the panels included engineering professor John Abraham, science advocate and writer Shawn Otto, and biological anthropologist Greg Laden. We had some great conversations! Take a listen.

One Response to “Climate science, climate change, and denial”

  1. Dan Gordon says:

    The best panel on Climate Change that I’ve heard, because it was actually grounded in objective reality. Depressing to realise that once, I wouldn’t have considered that too much to ask for …

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