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- American Geophysical Union 3
- Exploris Middle School 2
- 250.org 1
- Illinois youth climate strike 1
- Nonprofit work 1 7 more
During this interview me and Mr.Bhave talked about different solutions for reducing air pollution and we also talked about what he does in his job and what he will be doing when he goes to Washington, D.C.
James Famiglietti, hydrologist and Director of the Global Institute for Water Security, University of Saskatchewan, discusses his work with NASA’s Gravity Recovery and Climate Experience (GRACE) and the evolution of technology throughout his career including its impact on water security....
In this interview, part of the AGU Narratives project and AGU Paths Through Science, Juan Declet-Barreto discusses his work with the Union of Concerned Scientists, his involvement with the Thriving Earth Exchange (TEX), and the forces that shaped his path...
After a career of 30 years studying climate change, Steve Ghan embarks on another journey of steps to “Make Earth Cool Again” as he is recognized as Fellow of the American Geophysical Union during the AGU 2018 Fall Meeting.
Adam Briggle talks about his participation in Frack Free Denton, when state legislation and corporations overturned local law, and his professional opinions on national environmental policy.
In this interview we discussed Andrew’s life and some of the challenges that have presented themselves through his coming out and traveling the world.
My father talks about his military career, his thoughts on religion, and his opinion on climate change.
Amy Stiftel-Sedlis (47) talks to her son Jared Sedlis (14) about how proud she is of him for being himself despite other not always being receptive to who he is.
We talked about cars, Middle eastern politics, Iraq, Israel, and social movements in the U.S.
USC projects related to climate change
In this interview, we discussed the change of climate and the historical impact that is has had on humans over the past 50-60 years.
I spoke with David Osterberg, an environmental and occupational health professor at the university. David told me about his ventures into creativity in the classroom and outside of it, particularly in educating the public about the dangers of climate change.
My mother and I talk about what makes a divide between generations. We also discuss the differences between current and past generations and how these differences will affect the future.
Ella answers the question “why do we strike today” as hundreds come to march against climate change, missing school to participate.
Ian and I talked about how climate change will effect humans in the future.
A compelling interview with protest participant Franklin Dmitryev