Date Archives 2016

clean energy is important for our health

North Carolina is a complex and multifaceted state. From the wild beauty of the Appalachian Mountains to the research and industrial facilities here in the Research Triangle, North Carolina thrives as much due to its people as its rich natural capital. Thanks to these abundant resources, North Carolina has the third largest amount of installed… Read More

Taking your baby with you

In our previous interview with Katharine Hayhoe, the topic of taking children along to academic conferences came up. Katharine described her own commitment to bringing her son with her as much as possible and promised she would share more in a future interview. We’re happy to offer that conversation here. Last time we talked, you… Read More


SBTG: Katharine Hayhoe and Cristina Bradatan “The Syrian Refugee Crisis”

Katharine Hayhoe and Cristina Bradatan discuss how climate change is playing a role with the Syrian refugee crisis. They both stress that climate change is not the only factor causing migration with Syrian refugees, but climate change is exacerbating the stressors that Syria is already experiencing.