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09 – Dilshanie Perera, postdoc in climate and inequality at the NYC Climate Museum ECCN Podcast

We’ve all visited museums. We know what art museums and history museums look like. But what does a museum look like that focuses on climate and climate change? What exactly does it do, and who works there? To answer these questions, we chatted with Dr. Dilshanie Perera, who in September joined the New York City Climate Museum as postdoctoral fellow in climate and inequality. New York City Climate Museum: http://www.climatemuseum.org Climate Ambassador Card: http://www.climatemuseum.org/ambassador Internship, fellowship, and volunteer opportunities: http://www.climatemuseum.org/join-us Dr. Dilshanie Perera: http://www.dilshanieperera.com Webinars by the NYC Climate Museum: Reimagining Museums for Climate Action: Mark Chambers and Miranda Massie (Youtube), Black Lives and the Climate Crisis (Youtube), Covid’s Lessons for Climate and Inequality: from Sacrifice Zones to Justice (Youtube) Exhibits and art competitions focused on weather and climate: "2 Degrees: The Weather, Humans, and Their Climate" (Dresden, Germany, website in German), National Weather Center Biennale (Norman, Oklahoma, website), "Surge" (La Conner, Washington, website) Climate Museum UK (London, UK): http://www.climatemuseumuk.org — Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/eccf/message
  1. 09 – Dilshanie Perera, postdoc in climate and inequality at the NYC Climate Museum
  2. 08 – Joseph Trujillo, Hispanic weather risk communication researcher
  3. 07 – Phil Clifford, co-director of AAAS myIDP
  4. 06 – Hailey Wilmer, USDA rangeland social scientist
  5. 05 (part 2) – Jessica Whitehead, North Carolina's Chief Resilience Officer
  6. 04 (part 1) – Jessica Whitehead, North Carolina's Chief Resilience Officer
  7. 03 – Jeff Martin, Texas A&M University bison ecologist
  8. 02 – Sarah McAnulty, executive director of Skype A Scientist
  9. 01 – Kristen Weiss, science communicator for US LTER