This month, we were particularly struck by a quote from an article about a public hearing in Charleston, WV regarding the repeal of the Clean Power Plan (CPP). The powers that be scheduled this meeting in the heart of coal country expecting local support. In fact, the vast majority of speakers spoke in favor of […]
About Adriana Voss-Andreae
Adriana earned two doctorates, an MD and a PhD in neuroscience, from OHSU. In parallel to her scientific work, Adriana devoted herself to public health advocacy with low-income communities, with a focus on women and children’s health and food justice. Feeling a moral obligation to do everything in her power to work toward solving the global warming crisis, Adriana co-founded 350PDX in 2013. What keeps her motivated is her view of the climate crisis as an unprecedented opportunity to reshape our communities and our world toward the arc of justice.
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What role did climate change play in recent catastrophic hurricanes? What’s going on in the Pacific Ocean? How can we tell what sea level looked like in the past? Find answers to these questions and more in this month’s climate science round-up.
Calving icebergs at both poles, eutrophication in our coastal ecosystems: more often than not, the current climate science can seem dire. But by arming ourselves with the most up-to-date science, we can be more effective in changing the culture around climate change. This month’s climate science round-up seeks to provide accurate and effective information so […]
It’s increasingly clear that action on climate change in the United States must happen at the local and grassroots level, rather than the federal level. With that in mind, it’s more important than ever that we stay up to date on developments in climate science. This month’s climate science round-up seeks to arm us all […]
With climate change now our daily reality, climate scientists are working hard to understand its effects. And as climate denial and misinformation seems to crop up everywhere these days, it’s more important than ever that we keep tabs of current climate science so we can be effective, informed activists. With that in mind, each month […]
The first 100 days of the Trump administration saw unprecedented attacks on science, including — and especially — climate science. But researchers continue to work diligently to understand the risks and effects of climate change. This month’s climate science roundup seeks to arm us all with accurate, effective information so that we can work together […]