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Set To Retire, University of Montana's Steve Running Talks Climate Wars, Activism And Nobel Prize Win

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August 25, 2017View for printing

Faced with declining enrollment and a budget deficit, the University of Montana is offering early retirement buyouts to some faculty members. Well-known, climate science Professor Steve Running ... running.php accepted the offer and is set to retire.

Running was a member of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change team, which was collectively awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 2007 for its broad report on the connection between human activities and global warming. Running was a lead author for one of the chapters in the IPCC report. He's also on the NASA Advisory Council Science Committee and has taught at the University of Montana for 38 years.

MTPR's Katie Riordan spoke with Running about his decision to retire and his future plans.


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A great loss to the University of Montana and Montana in general but hopefully he can find a more influential platform to carry on his mission of saving us from ourselves.

Carry on Steve and Don't stay Calm!

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