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Let’s Talk About Climate Change

2013 April 19

Earthrise as seen from the moon. (NASA image)

Do you have a science question about Climate Change? Be sure to join our Earth Day (Monday, April 22) Twitter chat. Joining the discussion will be EPA expert Dr. Andrew Miller, the Associate Director for Climate for the Agency’s Air, Climate, and Energy research program (Office of Research and Development), and a member of the subcommittee on global change research for the U.S. Global Change Research Program.

Feel free to contribute your questions on Monday using #AskEPA, or post them in the comments section below for Dr. Miller.

Here’s more information…

(From our “It’s Our Environment” blog.)

Let’s Talk About Climate Change

By Jessica Orquina

Every year, we have different ways for you to engage with us online. This year, we invite you to join the conversation on climate change we’re hosting via our Twitter chats on three Monday afternoons in April. For each chat, we’ll be talking about a different environmental topic and taking your questions.

  • Earth Day, April 22nd 2:00pm EDT – Climate Change: What You Can Do
    Every day our actions affect the planet. Experts from our Office of Air and Radiation will be joining us on Earth Day to talk about what we can all do at home, in the office, and on the road to save energy, reduce greenhouse gas emissions, and help protect the planet. Let’s work together to protect our communities from the effects of climate change now and in the future.

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  1. John C. Leichty permalink
    April 19, 2013

    I do know that in the 1950’s smog in the L.A. basin was real bad at times ,
    and no doubt that area programs , burning , auto smog controlls , changes in
    fuels , did change and overtake the majority of smog issues.
    Hole in ozone layers found to be areas where CFC ,chlorine based things collectted
    as to ionized – earths fields and had to be dealt with .
    But how do we reduce in America to get results on a World need scale if other large countries really are not . We seriously need to work on that issue as it will take all the counties to be on same page in reallity.

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