Gwynne Dyer On Climate Change Part 2
Climate change is still disputed by many, but its physical effects can be seen today: Australia suffers through the Big Dry - a seven-year drought. This is the first clue that the rest of the world could be in trouble, with potential results including a world food shortage. We are able to understand what happens physically in terms of climate change, but political and strategic choices are difficult to make. While decisions and carbon caps have been negotiated, governments still aren’t doing enough. In this video, WatchMojo.com speaks with author and journalist Gwynne Dyer about how climate change is already affecting the world, and how it will continue to evolve.