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Published on Sep 8, 2012
Is there really carbon tipping point after which there wiull be devastating climate change consequences? Can we adapt to aspects of climate change that can't be avoided, and even improve the economy at the same time? What are the biggest obstacles to tackling the issue of global warming? Cara Santa Maria (Senior Science Correspondent, Huffingtonpost.com) leads this week's panel on 'The Point' to discuss these issues and more with Andrea Robinson (founder, director - Arc Sustainability), Bill Patzert (Climatologist - NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory), and Tammy Bang Luu (Associate Director at Labor/Community Strategy Center). Special thanks to Bill McKibben (Author, & Founder of 350.org), Christopher Field (Director - Carnegie Institution's Department of Global Ecology), and Naomi Oreskes (Professor - History and Science Studies at UCSD) for sending in their points.