A summary of AR6 by the IPCC working group 1.
Part 2 of a conversation with world renown climate scientist Dr. Miner tackling Zombie Fires & what it means to be a role model for young women.
A broad ranging interview with one of the world's leading climate scientists, professor, and researcher – Dr. Kimberley Rain Miner talking about Climate Change, protecting the environment, groundbreaking research, and even a National Geographic Mt. Everest expedition.
A look at the lesser studied social cost of one of the most potent greenhouse gases & what that cost looks like when applied justly around the world.
A look at the US National Parks, their importance for scientific research & their future in a world affected by Climate Change
A look at 1 year of South of 2 Degrees as well as Earth Day news highlights from around the globe.
Adapted from part of a broader speech Brian gave at NASA, this is a deep dive into how the social sciences can be leveraged to encourage pro-environmental behavior and better address anthropogenic Climate Change
A look into where a mystery source of the banned substance CFC-11 under the Montreal Protocol may be coming from.
Are we truly coordinating our actions to address anthropogenic Climate Change or are we just a multitude of different actors taking our own path to solve a common problem?
A look at glacial lake outburst floods and a groundbreaking paper applying attribution science to better understand if they are influenced by Climate Change