How do you talk to someone who doesn’t believe in climate change? Not by rehashing the same data and facts we’ve been discussing for years, says climate scientist Katharine Hayhoe.
One brisk morning in March, two years ago, I found myself at a bustling diner in Salt Lake City sitting across the table from Steven Amstrup. Lanky and affable, he… Read More
Texas Tech’s Katharine Hayhoe is one of the most respected experts on global warming in the country. She’s also an evangelical Christian who is trying to connect with the very people who most doubt her research. Too bad the temperature keeps rising.
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[Commentary by Tim Reckmeyer] Human-caused global climate change is one of the most complex issues facing society today. It is a global problem felt on local scales that cuts across… Read More
Last week, ice, snow and record-breaking cold left millions across Texas without electricity, heat or water, and with homes damaged or destroyed. Roughly 4 million homes and up to 15… Read More
Climate change — sometimes referred to as global warming — has gone from a speculative concern to a widely-accepted scientific fact. Governments from the national to the local level are… Read More
Join Katharine Hayhoe for the opening plenary for CCL’s February 2021 Regional Conferences as she untangles the science behind how our beliefs shape our identity and highlights the key role… Read More
Climate change is an issue that impacts everyone, especially children. The impacts can be seen first-hand, as the planet warms, and human fingerprints are all over the consequences: bigger, stronger… Read More
Fareed asks Texas-based climate scientist Katharine Hayhoe why a winter storm in the state was so damaging. Can the world prepare for such extreme weather? Click here to watch the… Read More
Katharine Hayhoe is an atmospheric scientist and professor at Texas Tech University, where she is co-director of the Climate Science Center. Her research focuses on understanding what the climate crisis… Read More
Some 85 million women in the United States are mothers. Moms tend to be significantly more worried about climate change than the general public, but they aren’t confident about their… Read More
Meteorologist Kristen Currie speaks with popular science communicator Katharine Hayhoe Ph.D about how climate change is impacting Texas. Read the full article here.
As a climate scientist, Tracey Holloway has spent two decades thinking about future projections: How much heat-trapping gas will the atmosphere contain in 2030? How warm will the planet be… Read More