excerpted from The Fracking Boom
Recorded on April 2014

The Importance of Carbon Emissions from Asia

Description 

According to Mark Zoback, Professor of Geophysics at Stanford University, climate change is a global story -- but what happens in Asia matters more than what happens in the United States and Western Europe. "China has the potential to produce a lot of natural gas and decrease its dependence on coal. Not only is that bad for the climate, it's killing the Chinese," says Zoback. 

Speakers at this Event

Reporter, the Wall Street Journal; Author, Superpower: One Man's Quest to Transform American Energy

Partner, Rhodium Group

Professor of Geophysics, Stanford