I believe it is important to communicate the science underlying our understanding of climate change to the public. I strive to be an engaging and clear communicator so that communities, stakeholders, and policy makers can make appropriate decisions regarding the future of our climate. In recent years I have had many opportunities to do so through media outlets, public-facing panels, and guest lecturing.
If you would like me to contribute to a media story or a panel, or guest lecture for your class, please email me. I am happy to chat about my own research, other people's related research, our general scientific understanding of climate change and/or current extreme climate events.
Contributions to the media
“Here’s how 2023 became the hottest year on record”, ScienceNews (2023)
“Extreme Wildfires Make Their Own Weather”, AGU EOS (2023)
“The drought in the western U.S. could last until 2030”, National Geographic (2022)