Tag Archives: Climate Crisis

President Obama: Lame Duck? March 2013

Audio for President Obama: Lame Duck? WAMC for March 14 Dr Steven Leibo is the Sage College’s Professor of International History & Politics. Barack Obama: Lame Duck President? Frankly, I am concerned about the president. Sure he has been reelected … Continue reading

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Starting the Carbon Conversation Feb. 28, 2013

WAMC Dr. Steven A Leibo is the Sage College’s Professor of International History & Politics Audio for Starting the Carbon Conversation “Starting the Carbon Conversation” Last week, I found myself, within days in two very different environments. On the 17th … Continue reading

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A Baby Boomer’s Last March?

Audio for “A Baby Boomer’s Last March? WAMC Feb. 14, 2013 Dr. Steven A Leibo is a Professor of International History & Politics at the Sage Colleges I have been thinking a lot about my ankle lately. You see it … Continue reading

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“It’s A Carbon Tax Stupid” December 2012

December 6, 2012 WAMC Dr. Steven A. Leibo is the Professor of International History & Politics at the Sage College I am beginning to think that Winston Churchill’s famous comment that one could always count on the Americans to do … Continue reading

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Maverick Meets the Dragon: The U.S., China and the Climate Crisis

Audio for Maverick Meets the Dragon WAMC AUGUST 2 2012 Steven Leibo “Maverick Meets the Dragon” There are few symbols of America as potent as the Maverick, that unbranded range cattle that has long inspired the American image of itself, … Continue reading

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