Climate Science, Collaboration, and Community
What We Do
Provide a framework for intense cross-disciplinary collaboration that furthers and supports research and education in climate science
David Bonan, PCC Undergraduate Assistant, interviews Inez Fung
The undergraduate assistant for the PCC, David Bonan, interviewed Dr. Inez Fung during her visit to the University of Washington as the 2017 Distinguished Visiting Atmospheric Scientist Lecturer. They discussed the current state of climate and climate change research, better climate communication, and her relationship with a close colleague of hers that recently passed away, Piers Sellers.
Spring Symposium on April 8-a new event organized by PCC graduate students
The first annual PCC Spring Symposium will be held on Saturday, April 8 from 9:00am-5:30pm in the Fisheries Sciences Building’s Auditorium and Lobby. This graduate student-organized event will include a wide range of talks by PCC graduate students and postdocs throughout the day, as well as an afternoon poster session with beer/wine and hors d’oeuvres.
Climate change is not in the future but is here and now
“The present consequences of climate change are severe, and will be more so for the next generation.”
Read the op-ed by Paul Johnson to the Seattle Times published March 31, 2017.