Climate Connections: Questions from Washington, DC
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America has questions about climate change, and the USGS has real answers. In this episode of Climate Connections, USGS scientists answer questions gathered from students at H.D. Woodson High School in Washington, DC. Questions include:
- If you could tell the public one thing about climate change, what would it be?
- Does climate change impact humans or animals more?
- How will climate change affect DC?
- When did climate change begin?
Episode Number: 180
Image Dimensions: 500 x 277
Location Taken: Washington, DC, US