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Abby Swann talks about the implications of forest die-offs on global climate

“People have thought about how forest loss matters for an ecosystem, and maybe for local temperatures, but they haven’t thought about how that interacts with the global climate,” said study co-author Abigail Swann in a news release. 

Read more at The Huffington Post

Tom Ackerman and Stephen Gardiner – Can a Philosopher and Scientist Co-teach a Class on Climate Engineering?

Tom Ackerman and Stephen Gardiner discuss the success and limitations of a social science and geoscience partnership with a co-taught course in Winter of 2015. The course aimed at trying to provide scientific and ethical foundations to students through climate engineering. 

Read More at Climate Engineering Assessment

LuAnne Thompson on KUOW talking about being a climate scientist

LuAnne Thompson talked with Bill Radke of about “being a little braver” when it comes to climate science communication. 

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