A recap on our final event of Earth Week x Astrobites 2022: A panel on “Astro/Physicists in Climate Work: Transferring Astro-skills to Climate Advocacy”
A recap on our second event of Earth Week x Astrobites 2022: “Comparative Planetology as a Catalyst for Climate Conversation” given by Dr. David Grinspoon. How can Venus, Mars and Titan help us improve our climate models?
We talk to Dr. David Grinspoon, comparative planetologist, author, the inaugural Chair of Astrobiology at the Library of Congress, and the host of our second event: “Comparative Planetology as a Catalyst for Climate Conversation.” Learn about his diverse experiences and how he uses the climate models of other worlds to understand our own.
Constructing and operating astronomical observatories at our current pace is unsustainable.
A recap on our first event of Earth Week x Astrobites 2022: “Bringing Climate to the Classroom” given by our speakers Dr. Kathryn Williamson and Dr. Travis Rector.
An exclusive interview with Dr. Kathryn Williamson and Dr. Travis Rector who hosted our first Earth Week x Astrobites 2022 event on how to start climate change conversations through astronomy education.