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
Meteorologist Kristen Currie speaks with popular science communicator Katharine Hayhoe Ph.D about how climate change is impacting Texas. Read the full article here.
The grassroots nonprofit organization Citizens’ Climate Lobby will host a virtual conference for climate advocates from across the Northeast region on Feb. 20-21. The event will include panel discussions, breakout… Read More
On his first day in office, President Joe Biden fulfilled a longtime campaign promise – signing on to rejoin the Paris Climate Accord. Climate scientist and Texas Tech professor Dr…. Read More
Click here to watch the news story done on science moms, led by Katharine Hayhoe; or watch the video provided below.
This morning Wilson was geeking out about his meeting with Dr. Katherine Hayhoe of the Science Moms program. Dr. Hayhoe told us about the nonpartisan group of climate scientists and… Read More
Climate change impacts everyone, from the very young to the very old. There are no easy solutions to undoing the damage done to our planet, but that does not mean… Read More
A non-partisan group of scientists and mothers are working together to demystify climate science and motivate others to take action and they need your help. Read the full article here.
An atmospheric scientist on January 16 put the climate change doubters to rest in a savage Facebook post that has now gone viral on social media. Katharine Hayhoe asserted that… Read More