May 16, 2018
Climate Change. That’s a phrase that has been banned by our current administration, so what does that mean to climate scientists and how does that action impact their teaching opportunities, research and the overall attitude of society towards the scientific community as a whole?
These thoughts are why Ep. 29 - An Agent of Change’s guest is Kim Cobb, a climate scientist at Georgia Tech and director of the new Global Change program at the same organization. On the episode, you’ll learn what it is like to be a climate scientist in the American South. Cobb talks about what she’s learned during the 19 years she has done research on coral reefs in the South Pacific. She also gives tips on how to reduce your own carbon footprint and talks about the future of climate science.
The Who’s that lady (from history)? is Hilda Solis, a politician from California.
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