Date Archives 2015

believer among the skeptics – national post profile

This profile originally appeared in the National Post. Climate scientist Katharine Hayhoe, a cheerful, Toronto-born evangelical Christian, has become the hottest ticket in the highly polarized U.S. debate over climate change. Named in 2014 by Time magazine as one of the 100 most influential people in America, she is sought out by Hollywood stars, applauded… Read More

a climate for change – plough interview

Since her appearance with actor Don Cheadle in the Showtime documentary Years of Living Dangerously, Katharine Hayhoe has gained recognition as a leading communicator of climate science. Time magazine named her one of the 100 most influential people of 2014. Hayhoe’s efforts are uniquely focused on the evangelical community, which has both embraced and rejected… Read More

Water solutions for a changing Texas climate – my opinion

West Texas sits atop one of the world’s largest aquifers. Abundant water from the Ogallala has made the High Plains of Texas into the largest continuous area of intensive agriculture in the world. Towns and cities, farming and ranching, and, increasingly, energy production all depend on water from this aquifer. Decades of pumping, though, have… Read More