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How warmer winters affect our planet

  • Aired: 07/31/2017
  • 08:15
  • Rating: NR
Earth's polar regions are sensitive enough that a difference of one or two degrees in temperature can thaw a world of ice. Polar scientist, Marco Tedesco of Columbia University's Earth Institute has been studying these warmer winters that affect our poles and our planet. This segment is part of our ongoing series of reports Peril and Promise on the challenge of climate change.
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Scientist Marco Tedesco shows us the difference a few degrees in temperature can make.
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