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Published on May 1, 2013
In this forum, held Thursday, April 4th at the University of Kentucky, we go beyond the science to look at the issue of Global Climate Change through different lenses than it has been before. Entitled - "Climate Change: Values, National Security, and Free Enterprise" we had three powerful panelists present to lead critical conversations on how regardless of political affiliation, this issue must be addressed in order to keep the United States strong in the 21st century.
(2:45) "Would you sell your car to save a polar bear? I wouldn't. Why I care about climate change and you should, too." Katharine Hayhoe, Associate Professor, Texas Tech University, and author of "A Climate for Change, Global Warming Facts for Faith‐Based Decisions"
(23:45) "Climate Change and National Security" Brigadier General Steve M. Anderson, U.S. Army (Ret.), Chief Marketing Officer, Relyant
(43:45) "Free‐Enterprise Approaches to Energy Security and Climate Change" Bob Inglis, President of the Energy and Enterprise Institute and former Republican Congressman from South Carolina