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Daniel Cooper says the main way Russia makes steel (using iron ore) is “the dirty part of the industry” and that those looking to decarbonize would look for alternate methods that aren’t as hard on the environment. Cooper is an assistant professor of mechanical engineering.
Richard Rood discusses how man-made climate change has led to major shifts in Michigan, including wetter winters in southern parts of the state with the Great Lakes regions “frost-free season” growing by more than two weeks since 1950. Rood is a professor of climate and space sciences and engineering.