Katharine Hayhoe on How to Talk About Climate Change | Alda Communication Training – Relating is Everything™
Katharine Hayhoe I’m Alan Alda, and this is C+V, conversations about connecting and communicating. Katherine: Every new study that comes out, it seems like is telling us that climate is changing faster or to a greater extent or impacting us in ways that we didn’t know about.
One of America’s top climate scientists is an evangelical Christian. She’s on a mission to persuade skeptics. – The Washington Post
In the beginning, God created the heavens and the Earth, and the Earth was shapeless and barren, so God added light and water and land and sky and plants and animals and humans. If you extend this belief forward, then God also created coal and oil and gas, which we began burning to do our own creating, on a massive scale.
LvcS 0070: Katharine Hayhoe on studying climate change, knowing when to engage + unpacking science-y or religious-y smokescreens | vital corps | Kara Martin Snyder | Le vital corps Salon podcast | #33ktasklists | Orbits NYC
Meet Katharine Hayhoe, an atmospheric scientist with Atmos Research and Consulting and Professor & Director of the Climate Science Center at Texas Tech University, talks about studying climate change, knowing when to engage + unpacking science-y or religious-y smokescreens on #LevitalcorpsSa
George Watson Katharine Hayhoe, co-director of the Texas Tech University Climate Center and a professor in the Department of Political Science in the College of Arts & Sciences, has been named by the Smithsonian Institute’s Board of Regents to the advisory board of the National Museum of Natural History in Washington, D.C.
CHRISTIANE AMANPOUR: What will it take, do you think, to convince people like Trump, the Trump administration, to listen to what ordinary people are saying with their votes at the ballot box? BOB INGLIS (R-SC), FORMER U.S. HOUSE REPRESENTATIVE: I’m not sure what would convince Trump.
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The award-winning atmospheric scientist on the urgency of the climate crisis and why people are her biggest hope