Climate Science Archive

Branwen Williams, Scripps College – Global Warming

On Scripps College Week:  How much of recent global warming would have happened without humans? Branwen

Craig Teague, Cornell College – Soft Drinks and Carbon Dioxide Emissions

On Cornell College Week: Can soft drinks help reverse climate change? Craig Teague, professor of chemistry,

Rhawn Denniston, Cornell College – Stalagmites, Monsoons and Climate Change

On Cornell College Week: We can look underground to comprehend climate change. Rhawn Denniston, professor of

Mike Gunter, Rollins College – Climate Change and Travel

To combat climate change, wider public support is needed. Mike Gunter, professor of international relations at

Stephen Nash, University of Richmond – Threats To National Parks

On University of Richmond Week: Our national parks face many threats. Stephen Nash, visiting senior research

Brian Houston, University of Missouri – Disaster Media Coverage and Children

The minds of children are affected by disasters. Brian Houston, associate professor of communication at the

Scot Miller, Johns Hopkins University – China’s Methane Emissions

We should be concerned about China’s methane emissions. Scot Miller, assistant professor of environmental health at

Sonja Dümpelmann, Harvard University – Street Trees

Trees can be an important part of a city street. Sonja Dümpelmann, associate professor of landscape

Alan Steinman, Grand Valley State University – Phosphorus And Aquatic Ecosystems

On Grand Valley State University Week: The problem with a water source could be in the

Miki Amitay, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute – Expanding Wind Energy

On Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Week: Should wind turbines breathe like our lungs do? Miki Amitay, professor