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11 – Julian Reyes, AAAS Science and Technology Policy Fellow ECCN Podcast

Collaboration between science and policy is essential to create meaningful legislation and international agreements on climate change and other important issues. We talked to Dr. Julian Reyes, climate scientist and AAAS STP Fellow at the U.S. State Department, about his current work, his career path, and why it is important to have scientists at the policy table. AAAS Science and Technology Policy Fellowship List of U.S.-based policy fellowships Julian Reyes on LinkedIn Carbon Brief — Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/eccf/message
  1. 11 – Julian Reyes, AAAS Science and Technology Policy Fellow
  2. 10 – Native American Perspectives on Climate Change Adaptation
  3. 09 – Dilshanie Perera, postdoc in climate and inequality at the NYC Climate Museum
  4. 08 – Joseph Trujillo, Hispanic weather risk communication researcher
  5. 07 – Phil Clifford, co-director of AAAS myIDP
  6. 06 – Hailey Wilmer, USDA rangeland social scientist
  7. 05 (part 2) – Jessica Whitehead, North Carolina's Chief Resilience Officer
  8. 04 (part 1) – Jessica Whitehead, North Carolina's Chief Resilience Officer
  9. 03 – Jeff Martin, Texas A&M University bison ecologist
  10. 02 – Sarah McAnulty, executive director of Skype A Scientist