12 – Katharine Hayhoe, TNC Chief Scientist ECCN Podcast

Dr. Katharine Hayhoe is a towering figure in the world of climate science. Her work changed our ability to develop climate change solutions and expanded the public’s understanding of the effects of climate change. She recently accepted an offer to be the next Chief Scientist for The Nature Conservancy. And today, June 1, is actually her first day on the new job.  We met with her a few weeks ago, virtually, to talk about her plans with TNC, about how researchers can better communicate climate change action, and where she sees humanity in this moment it its progress on tackling climate change. This is our longest episode yet, but it’s worth listening to, because we had a lot to talk about and she had a lot to say. Hosted by Dr. Toni Klemm (www.toni-klemm.de). The Nature Conservancy: http://www.nature.org Science Moms: http://www.sciencemoms.com Katharine Hayhoe on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/khayhoe Katharine Hayhoe’s TED talk: http://www.ted.com — Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/eccf/message
  1. 12 – Katharine Hayhoe, TNC Chief Scientist
  2. 11 – Julian Reyes, AAAS Science and Technology Policy Fellow
  3. 10 – Native American Perspectives on Climate Change Adaptation
  4. 09 – Dilshanie Perera, postdoc in climate and inequality at the NYC Climate Museum
  5. 08 – Joseph Trujillo, Hispanic weather risk communication researcher
  6. 07 – Phil Clifford, co-director of AAAS myIDP
  7. 06 – Hailey Wilmer, USDA rangeland social scientist
  8. 05 (part 2) – Jessica Whitehead, North Carolina's Chief Resilience Officer
  9. 04 (part 1) – Jessica Whitehead, North Carolina's Chief Resilience Officer
  10. 03 – Jeff Martin, Texas A&M University bison ecologist