Atmospheric scientist Drew Shindell discusses “The Value of Clean Air” in Houston

May 10, 2015

Environment & Science

Drew T. Shindell, Ph.D., an atmospheric sciences professor at Duke University, spoke May 8 on “The Value of Clean Air” at the Baker Institute for Public Policy at Rice University.

Drew Shindell at Baker Insitute

Shindell, who has testified on climate science before the U.S. Congress and the World Bank, made the case that the climate change and air pollution issues are inextricably linked, and that economic measures of the value of various energy sources (including fossil fuels and renewables) must include their externalities, including impacts to human health.

The event was presented by the Baker Institute’s Center for Energy Studies.

For a full recap, check out my Strofiy page of my live-tweets of the event. Click to watch a video of Shindell’s presentation.

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