I recently had the opportunity to talk with Karin Kirk about climate change, public opinion, and the direction of the scientific community as it grows to include more people. Karin is a geologist, staff writer for Yale Climate Connections, and life-long science communicator who has devoted much of her career to outreach and advocacy for the earth sciences. Take a listen!
Friday, September 20, 2019 kicks off a week-long call for global climate action just before the U.N. Summit on Climate Change begins in New York City. This intergenerational movement is unlike any other, mobilizing millions of concerned citizens of Earth. It is an amalgamation of science and action to demonstrate the need for political and cultural … Continue reading September 20, 2019: A Global Climate Strike For All
Dr. Kim Cobb is a leader, and born scientist who is helping steer the discussion on climate change and shape our future. She is an advance professor at the Georgia Institute of Technology and has been studying climate change and paleoclimate for nearly two decades.
In light of the blatant silencing of what we do here at Climate Aware, a new idea has come to mind. This will be the start of a new movement hosted by yours truly, and we are calling it #ClimateSciencenotClimateSilence.
In the wake of Hurricane Michael, the President has once again backtracked on another issue. This time it’s Climate Change, and if you happen to be working in the sciences, or just pay attention to what’s going on in the world you might be wondering, what the hell is happening? Is this just a tactic … Continue reading No Hoax Here
What if AGW is a hoax, as some would have us believe? What is the appropriate response? I would argue that the appropriate response is exactly the same…the rapid pursuit of alternative energy.