The Agenda looks at how one climate scientist is fighting to make climate change a priority in the Republican presidential candidate race.
Katharine Hayhoe is an associate professor in the department of political science and director of the Climate Science Center at Texas Tech University, part of the US Department of Interior’s South-Central Climate Science Center. Together with her husband Andrew Farley, a professor of applied linguistics, she wrote A Climate for Change: Global Warming Facts for… Read More
A Climate for Faith by Yorkminster Park Baptist Church on Livestream – Livestream.com
A Rocha brought a Christian voice to the climate discussions – and is taking the climate change agenda to the Church. Working with partners, including Tearfund and the Lausanne Movement, A Rocha advocated for and engaged COP attendees and campaigners in climate-based creation care.
Years of Living Dangerously, a big-budget, 9-episode TV documentary, tries to communicate the seriousness of climate change through personal stories and first-hand experiences of people across the globe. To make sure they get the science right, the producers collaborate with a panel of distinguished experts. We interviewed one of them: Dr. Katharine Hayhoe from Texas… Read More
With a team from Texas Tech Public Media, I want to start a web series looking at this whole climate change thing and what it means to us; and with the big new Paris Agreement in place, and the rapid shifts in public opinion we’re seeing across the United States, it’s an important time to… Read More
What is global warming? Find out the basics in this animation from Lazy Chief, narrated by Katharine Hayhoe
We humans are used to the climate of the places where we live, regardless of how extreme they may be. I witnessed this first-hand during my time in Churchill with Polar Bears International, just a few weeks before COP21. While we were there to track the bears, I found that locals were waiting just as… Read More