Why would humanity revive the long-extinct woolly mammoth? Atlantic senior editor Ross Andersen draws on the expertise of paleoecology professor Jacquelyn Gill and Arctic scientist Max Holmes in a panel about an unusual, extreme effort to fight climate change. getAbstract warmly recommends this innovative talk.
In this summary, you will learn
- Why the Earth needs a “climate moonshot” and
- How reviving woolly mammoths could help fight climate change.
About the Speakers
Arctic scientist Max Holmes is deputy director of the Woods Hole Research Center. Jacquelyn Gill is a professor of paleoecology at the University of Maine. Ross Andersen is a senior editor at The Atlantic.
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