Date Archives 2016

Money and Politics, God and Global Warming

  I live in Lubbock, Texas. After Provo UT, It’s the second most conservative city in the U.S. Here, we don’t just have Republican candidates running for office – we have conservative Republicans, bent on proving how liberal the Republicans are. And oh, did I mention? I’m a climate scientist. That’s right – I study… Read More

New PBS Digital Series Featuring Katharine Hayhoe Premieres September 28th

Climate scientist Katharine Hayhoe and KTTZ have partnered to bring you this new PBS Digital Series that will focus on exploring the arguments, science, religion, culture, and psychology at the intersection of politics and climate change. “Global Weirding” premieres Wednesday, September 28th and a new episode will post every other Wednesday at 10:00 am central.  Get… Read More

POLITICO 50: The conservative case for fighting climate change

Even as the 2016 Republican platform threw doubt on the idea that global warming is caused by humans, the percentage of conservative Republicans who believe in climate change has doubled in the past two years—to 47 percent, according to a poll this year—raising the possibility of a paradigm shift on an issue that has long… Read More

Communicators in a Cart

Communicators in a Cart | Episode 7 | Katharine Hayhoe

COMMUNICATORS IN A CART is back! Chris Cook​, Managing Director in the Office of Communications & Marketing at Texas Tech University, kicks off Episode 1 in an interview with the noted Atmospheric Scientist, Katharine Hayhoe​. Watch all new episodes every other Thursday @ 11 right here and the KTTZ-TV Facebook page!