Meet The Climate Scientist Trying to Fly Less for Work

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A few years ago, climate scientist Kim Cobb had a brutal realization about how much she was flying for conferences and meetings. Those flights were adding lots of climate-warming carbon dioxide into the atmosphere. In this podcast issue, Cobb discusses her push to get scientists to fly less, and what happened when the pandemic suddenly made that idea a reality. 

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