I joined Doug Parsons on the latest America Adapts Podcast episode to discuss the record-breaking Southwest and Pacific Northwest/Western Canada heatwaves in June 2021, as well as thermal equity, why we shouldn’t shame indoor cooling, considerations in the naming and ranking heatwaves discussion, how we can improve media coverage of extreme heat events, my new… Continue reading America Adapts Podcast: Record-Breaking Heatwaves and More
Check out the latest America Adapts podcast 2020 climate year in review episode, where I join Doug Parsons and guest Dakota Larrick, archeology graduate student at the University of Oklahoma! We discuss our top climate stories, favorite episodes, and what’s next for adaptation in 2021. Listen to the episode on the America Adapts website, Spotify, or Apple Podcasts.
I’m very excited to share that I was a guest on the America Adapts podcast for its first episode focused on extreme heat! America Adapts is a podcast hosted by my colleague and friend, Doug Parsons, with over a hundred episodes exploring climate change, its impacts, and our responses with scientists, activists, policymakers, and climate… Continue reading America Adapts Podcast Episode on Extreme Heat
I’m excited to propose an SXSW 2020 panel on storytelling for climate action with Doug Parsons, host of the America Adapts podcast, and Amy Brady, Ph.D., editor, writer and cli-fi expert: Given the urgency of the climate crisis, we must consider multiple ways of communicating climate change so that people of all backgrounds can find… Continue reading SXSW 2020 Panel – Storytelling for Climate Action
I joined Doug Parsons, the America Adapts host and Shaun Martin, Senior Director, Climate Change Adaptation and Resilience at WWF, for the third annual holiday special episode! We discussed our top climate stories, favorite America Adapts episode, and the state of climate adaptation in 2018. Listen to the episode on the America Adapts website, Spotify,… Continue reading America Adapts: End-of-the-Year Holiday Special