Iowa State Senator Rob Hogg on America's Climate Century





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Published on Sep 9, 2013

This talk on climate change by Iowa State Senator Rob Hogg was filmed in Denver, Colorado on August 5th, 2013 at the First Unitarian Society in Denver.

About Rob: Rob Hogg is currently serving his second term as state representative from House District 38 in parts of southeast and northeast Cedar Rapids. He was first elected in 2002, and was reelected in 2004. He has served on the education, public safety, environment, and ways and means committees, and the economic development budget subcommittee. In 2005, he was selected as the Legislator of the Year by the Older Iowans Legislature.

About Rob's book: America's Climate Century: What Climate Change Means for America in the 21st Century and What Americans Can Do about It

In America's Climate Century, Iowa Senator Rob Hogg calls on Americans to make the fight against climate change our new national purpose. Climate change is the defining historical issue of the 21st Century. After the heat and drought of 2012, Hurricane Sandy, and all of the other recent climate disasters, it is time for America to take climate action. Having represented Cedar Rapids during an unprecedented flood that caused billions in damage in 2008, Senator Hogg brings a dose of reality to the issue of climate change. What happens this century—ever-worsening climate disasters or effective action to fight climate change—depends on the knowledge and action of every American. It depends on you. With a fresh, personal, accessible and straight-talking approach, this is the one book you need to read to understand why the 21st Century is America's climate century and how you can help.


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