IAN in the Media

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The Washington Post (Sun 1 Nov, 2009)
Planet Panel - Not for avoiding dangerous climate change
Staff quoted: Don Boesch
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Nuclear power can play some role in America's sustainable energy future in the long run, but don't count on it to slow climate change. Science is increasingly clear that global greenhouse gas emissions must peak within the next two decades and decline by at least 50 and as much as 80 percent by 2050 in order to have a reasonable chance of averting dangerous climate disruption. For the United States, a disproportionate emitter, the reductions will have to come sooner and be at the high end of that range.


The Maryland Gazette Newspapers (Fri 30 Oct, 2009)
Music Box: Avalon Theatre presents a special Halloween 'Radio From Downtown'
Staff quoted: Don Boesch
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This week's big show is tonight's Halloween spectacular music/variety edition of "Radio From Downtown" at the historic Avalon Theatre in Easton (7:30 p.m.). This multidimensional show will celebrate its 20th anniversary with a presentation of another famous radio program first broadcast 71 years ago from the CBS radio studios in New York City: Orson Welles and the Mercury Theatre on the Air's adaptation of H.G. Wells' "The War of the Worlds."


The Annapolis Capital (Thu 29 Oct, 2009)
Music Box: Avalon Theatre presents a special Halloween 'Radio From Downtown'
Staff quoted: Don Boesch
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This week's big show is Saturday's Halloween spectacular music/variety edition of "Radio From Downtown" at the historic Avalon Theatre in Easton (7:30 p.m.).


Go! Magazine (Mon 26 Oct, 2009)
"Live From Downtown" presents Halloween radio show
Staff quoted: Don Boesch
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EASTON — What once began as a way to fill an empty slot at a public radio station has morphed into a fan favorite. Radio from Downtown will celebrate its 20th anniversary this Halloween by performing "The Invasion of the Strangers Walk by Night — Part Vee-Eye, The Terror Continues" at the Avalon Theatre in Easton.


The Washington Post (Mon 26 Oct, 2009)
Planet Peril - Validate and verify
Staff quoted: Don Boesch
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Last week, presidents of the 18 prominent American scientific societies wrote Senators a letter making it clear climate change is occurring and that greenhouse gases emitted by human activities are the primary cause. They noted the strong evidence that ongoing climate change will have broad and severe impacts on society, the global economy and the environment that can only be avoided by dramatically reducing emissions of these gases.


The Washington Post (Thu 15 Oct, 2009)
Planet Peril - Doubts About Us, Not Warming
Staff quoted: Don Boesch
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Scientific understanding of the biophysical process and consequences of global climate change will surely evolve as further discoveries are made and hypotheses are challenged. However, even a Skeptical Scientist would have to conclude without doubt that -- based on evidence, not just theory -- humans are raising the levels of CO2 in the atmosphere, CO2 traps heat, and the planet is accumulating heat.


The Easton Star Democrat (Thu 15 Oct, 2009)
Shore communities are 'in danger': UMCES president: Social, economic, environmental factors threaten region
Staff quoted: Don Boesch
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EASTON - While the tasks of addressing climate change and creating a sustainable future can be looked at as challenges, they can also be viewed as opportunities, said Dr. Donald Boesch, president of the University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science.


Southern Maryland News (Wed 14 Oct, 2009)
Environmentalists call for action at annual summit
Staff quoted: Don Boesch
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Scientists and environmentalists gathered at the 4th Annual State of the River Summit last Friday demanded swift action in addition to the money and talk that has been thrown at the decades-long debate over climate change.


The Washington Post (Sat 10 Oct, 2009)
Planet Panel - If Oslo Then Copenhagen
Staff quoted: Don Boesch
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Yesterday, President Obama, while acknowledging that he did not feel that he deserved to be in the company of so many of the transformative figures, said that he would accept the Nobel Peace Prize on behalf of the American people. His aides indicated that he will travel to Oslo to receive the award on December 10. If he goes to Oslo, then he must attend the United Nations Climate Change Conference underway that very week in Copenhagen, just 300 air miles away, and demonstrate that American leadership is back by offering significant and tangible commitments.


The Washington Post (Mon 5 Oct, 2009)
Planet Panel - Too Big To Fail
Staff quoted: Don Boesch
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Following the 12 years since Kyoto, the climate change crisis ever more clearly presents a challenge that is too big to fail to meet. Nearly one-quarter of the increase in the atmospheric carbon dioxide levels since industrialization occurred after 1997, as greenhouse gas emissions continued to grow in almost all countries. We no longer have time for false starts or half-measures because, if we are to avoid dangerous warming of the planet, global emissions will have to peak within the next 12 years and the emissions of the U.S. and other developed nations even sooner.



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