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March 2, 2022: Glacier a window on climate change; Collective bargaining laws in Colorado

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48min 37sec
Ted Scambos, University of Colorado
Aerial view of part of the outflow of the Thwaites Glacier into the sea. As the ice flows from left to right, moving about two miles per year, it breaks up into city-block-sized icebergs.

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An Antarctic glacier, where few people have been and is about the size of Florida, offers a front row seat to climate change. A Boulder glaciologist just returned from the Thwaites Glacier and is part of a global research project. Then, in our political podcast Purplish, Colorado grapples with whether public employees should be able to collectively bargain.