TV Interview

I am excited to announce that I recently gave an interview with Pleasantville Community Television, where I talked with Martin Wilbur about my book, Climate Change: The Fork at the End of Now, as well as the science and skeptics of climate change. I look at the role that individual countries can play in combating climate change, emphasizing how crucial it is to remember that it is a global issue.

I explain what I mean when I equate climate change with self perpetrated genocide, and why I think that is the correct term.

I also speak of my role in making the short documentary, “Quest for Energy,” about a community of people living in the Sundarbans in India, amidst the mangrove forests, and their struggles for electricity and sustainability.

It is the first time that I have tried to put most of the loose ends of my activities into a common framework. I hope that you watch the interview and let me know what you think!

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Micha Tomkiewicz, Ph.D., is a professor of physics in the Department of Physics, Brooklyn College, the City University of New York. He is also a professor of physics and chemistry in the School for Graduate Studies of the City University of New York. In addition, he is the founding-director of the Environmental Studies Program at Brooklyn College as well as director of the Electrochemistry Institute at that same institution.

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2 Responses to TV Interview

  1. Thanks really awesome article I really like it and also I will share with my friends thanks

  2. wow… is so amazing i think i know you sir…^^
    I recently gave an interview with Pleasantville Community Television
    the best things i think

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