On February 27, 2018, Bob was the guest at the student-led Yale Political Union, debating the resolution, "The free market can solve climate change." A member of the audience captured the audio on his phone; we are presenting here Bob's opening statement, his Q&A, and his summary statement. (We are editing out the brief speeches given by the students in the middle of the event.) Below is a timeline of some highlights, and then links to further reading on Bob's work on this topic. 7:52 -- Bob explains that higher temperatures mean fewer elderly deaths in the winter. When his opponents hiss, Bob jokes that they don't care about the elderly. 25:55 -- Q&A session begins. 30:30 -- Student critic asks if Bob believes in any role for government to provide public goods or utilities. (His answer gets a big cheer.) 31:30 -- Bob contrasts government-regulated utility service in the summer with Budweiser. 33:19 -- A student critic argues that the American public doesn't care about climate change, and therefore free market won't solve the problem. Bob turns this critique on its head. 37:50 -- Bob gives summary remarks (after the other students have spoken, though their remarks are not included in this audio). For further reading:"Using IPCC to Defeat UN Climate Agenda""The Case Against a U.S. Carbon Tax" The sound engineer for this episode was Chris Williams. Learn more about his work at ChrisWilliamsAudio.com.