In a recent interview, scientist and director of Carnegie's Department of Global Ecology, Chris Field, describes the historic shift taking place in the production of greenhouse gases. As their economies industrialize, developing nations are overtaking the industrialized world in production of CO2 and other greenhouse gases. Developing nations don't, however, have the resources to invest in pollution-reducing technologies. Dr. Field discusses the challenges involved and the avenues of cooperation that are possible. The interview was given to EarthSky,  "A Clear Voice for Science."

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Climate Change
Ecology