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>> Feb 22 , 2012 If we could see the world with a particularly illuminating set of spectacles, one of its most prominent features at the moment would be a giant carbon bubble, whose bursting someday will make the housing bubble of 2007 look like a lark. As yet—as we shall see—it’s unfortunately largely invisible to us.
AMY GOODMAN: Our guest for the hour is Naomi Klein, journalist and author.
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NEWBURYPORT — Some city leaders went back to school this week in an attempt to learn skills in dealing with climate change — and working with each other. A "Climate Change Exercise" was conducted at the high school Thursday and hosted by the city's planning department and a department at Massachusetts Institute of Technology. The two-hour event was facilitated by Professor Larry Susskind, who heads the Science Impact Collaborative at MIT. Close to two-dozen participants focused on an urban problem created by climate change.