What do we mean when we talk about the immi­nent threat of rapid and irre­versible cli­mate change?

And what eth­ical respon­si­bil­i­ties do we — espe­cially those of us in the soci­eties most respon­sible for the emis­sion of desta­bi­lizing green­house gases — have in the face of that threat?

Har­vard chemist James Anderson and North­eastern philoso­pher Ronald San­dler examine the inter­play of sci­ence and ethics as Cognoscenti and the Open Class­room kick off our series Cli­mate Change. Chal­lenges. Solutions.

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