December 17, 2012

Local health-care provider focusing on climate change


With a master’s degree in environmental law and policy, Palmer hopes to strengthen his ability to enhance the public’s understanding of climate change and the potential disaster that he feels is getting closer every day.

It’s a battle he started long ago, epitomized by the several dozen volumes of “Storms of My Grandchildren,” by James Hansen, that he has purchased and handed out to friends and acquaintances so they can recognize the dangers.

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Information on global climate change and its potential impact on the global environment can be found in "Storms of My Grandchildren," by James Hansen, published by Bloomsbury USA.

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