You’d think there would be enough news about climate change. I mean, the Perpetual Notion Machine has done their fair share of programs covering the topic, from water and lakes to a land ethic to endangered species to a People’s Climate March. So, in this episode we have TWO stories. PNM’s Will Cushman talks with Rick Keller, a professor of medical history and bioethics at UW-Madison, and a researcher with the Global Health Institute. They discuss the health effects of climate change and what impacts climate change will have on the economy. He emphasizes that the most vulnerable in our society, such the poor, elderly, and frail, will be the hardest hit. And then, just a few days ago a huge chunk of the Larson Ice Sheet broke off from Antarctica. So, in the second segment, PNM’s Kai Brito talks with Matthew Lazzara, an Associate Scientist with the Space Science and Engineering Center. They discuss how and why this crack in the ice sheet occurred and whether climate change had something to do with it.