Episode Five:

Living Deliberately with Dr. Bill Moomaw

Dr. Bill Moomaw is quite the accomplished individual. He has lived a life dedicated to environmental policy and action through his time spent as lead author for several reports from the United Nations' Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change to the head of the science advisory committee on Earthwatch's Board of Directors to chairing the board of the Woods Hole Research Center. He sat down with us to guide us through the ins and outs of how humans have responded to climate change over the years—from the view of society and politics—and how individuals can take action today to slow global warming.  (The music in this trailer is “Partly Sage” by Blue Dot Sessions, provided under the Attribution-Noncommercial License.)


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