The Climate Show #3: Cancun and cooling
Posted on 2 December 2010 by John Cook
Episode 3 of The Climate Show has just been released. This week, Glenn and Gareth discuss the climate talks heat up in Mexico, snow blankets in Britain and Europe, COP16 in Cancún and nuclear power. Gareth explores the link between Arctic climate change and cold winter weather in Western Europe. Their feature interview is Oxfam NZ’s Barry Coates who is in Cancún to find out how things are shaping up. And I talk to them about global cooling and the various forms that argument takes (eg - global warming stopped in 2007, in 1998 or in 1995).