How Weird is Katharine Hayhoe’s Climate Science?

Dr. Katharine Hayhoe presents her talk “Climate Change: Facts and Fictions” at the Starmus IV science festival in Trondheim Norway on June 22, 2017 (photo by Kai T. Dragland/NTNU via Flickr)

I’ve always been genuinely impressed with Dr. Katharine Hayhoe’s calm and reasoned approach to explaining the science of climate change — or as she calls it, “global weirding.” Weather patterns are indeed getting strange, like a record-setting 100-degree day in Siberia on June 20, 2020. But weather is different from climate, the atmospheric scientist who runs Texas Tech’s Climate Science Center reminds us. (article continues here).

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It needs to be said, Black Lives Matter. Nate is a former conservative evangelical, who’s now a freelancing progressive writer. Ko-fi.com/writernate

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It needs to be said, Black Lives Matter. Nate is a former conservative evangelical, who’s now a freelancing progressive writer. Ko-fi.com/writernate

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