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Published on Jul 14, 2010
Michael Killen interviews Carol Tang, director of public programs at the California Academy of Sciences. She explains how the museum is working to understand the psychology of their visitors, how different ethnicities and demographics understand the science behind climate change, and their willingness to make proactive behavioral changes about it. Impacts of climate change on the state of California, like the wine industry, are discussed.
This is a taping session for the documentary film "Painting to Change the World" PaintingtoChangetheWorld.com