|4:30 PM||SESSION 9: ARE WE ASKING THE RIGHT QUESTIONS? (TAKE 2)|
|Moderator: William Chameides|
• Committee and Panel Chairs and Vice-Chairs take comments and questions from the audience: Albert Carnesale, Robert Fri, Marilyn Brown, Katharine Jacobs, Thomas Wilbanks, Pamela Matson, Thomas Dietz, Peter Raven, Diana Liverman
|5:15 PM||CLOSING REMARKS: William Chameides, Duke University and Vice Chair, Committee on America’s Climate Choices|
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