Climate emergency presentation now freely available

A full video of my climate emergency presentation is now available, free of charge, with deep thanks to filmmaker Kathy Garneau, and to the host of this presentation, St. Michael's College at the University of Toronto. Please encourage others to watch it, and to show it to their friends and colleagues. Shorter excerpts and an index to be made available when time permits. Stream it from https://saxefacts.com/presentations/

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