A partner with the PCC and the UW in the High Schools Program, Jamie Esler, was recently featured in The Washington Post. Jamie was a part of the PCC Education’s Climate Science for the Classroom and has been allowing students to understand the meaning of climate change on their own terms. The course allows students to actively investigate the most current scientific research behind the nature of Earth’s global climate system, and the factors influencing this system. His actions represents a greater struggle to teach climate change in high schools.
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Graduate Student Departmental Representatives
Impacts, Solutions and Policy
Biology: Marlies Kovenock (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Civil and Environmental Engineering: Diana Gergel (email@example.com)
Environmental and Forest Sciences: Caitlin Littlefield (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Environmental Health: Miriam Calkins (email@example.com)
Evans School of Public Policy and Governance: Rebeca de Buen (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Philosophy: Alex Lenferna (email@example.com)
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