Tag: clean air carolina

  • Jet stream accounting, natural Martian batteries, paralyzed patients walk again: this week in science | Miles O'Brien Productions

    Jet stream accounting, natural Martian batteries, paralyzed patients walk again: this week in science

    Here’s a look back at this week in science, with stories you don’t want to miss. Current climate models struggle to capture effects of weak jet stream New research published this week is refocusing attention on the polar jet stream and its impact on climate change. Renowned climate scientist [and good friend] Michael Mann co-authored…

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  • How average Americans are fighting climate change – with Clean Air Carolina’s June Blotnick | Miles O'Brien Productions

    How Average Americans are Fighting Climate Change – with Clean Air Carolina’s June Blotnick

    Hurricane Florence was a perfect example of how climate change supercharges extreme weather events. But climate change also affects us in other more subtle, interconnected, and difficult to manage ways. Thankfully, people like June Blotnick, Executive Director of environmental advocacy group Clean Air Carolina, are working on the ground to help communities battle climate change.…

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  • Climate change woes, Soyuz rocket mishap, ongoing pesticide ban saga: past few weeks in science

    Apologies for the hiatus–but we’ve been pretty darn busy. This summer, I’ve been flying around chasing wildfires and the people that study them for an upcoming PBS NOVA film–you can learn more about this if you sign up for my newsletter. Being busy is good, but something had to give and unfortunately this was it.…

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