Humanity’s ‘Carbon Budget’ is Smaller Than Generally Believed

Distinguished climate scientist Michael Mann has co-authored a new study showing that humans have caused more warming during the industrial era than is generally believed. The implication of this finding is that the amount of carbon that humanity can burn without causing devastating climate change is even smaller than we previously were told. In this interview. I discuss this new study and its important implications with Professor Mann:

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