After hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Maria, scientists are looking at the connection between warming oceans, rising sea levels and other factors that are contributing to the intensity of storms. Are there human fingerprints on the recent hurricanes?
From the Commonwealth Club's "Climate One" series, climate change and hurricanes. Hosted by Greg Dalton.
US Senator Brian Schatz, D-HI.
Ben Santer, Climate researcher at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory.
John Englander, author "High Tide on Main Street: Rising Sea Level and the Coming Coastal Crisis."
Angela Fritz, manager, Weather Underground.
Kathryn Sullivan, former NOAA administrator and astronaut.
Hunter Cutting, Climate Nexus.
Don Cameron, Terranova Ranch.
Barton Thompson, professor of natural resources, Stanford Law School.