Climate Change Science Lecture Series

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Climate Change, National Security, and International Cooperation

National security expert and interdisciplinary research scientist Swathi Veeravalli will address how climate crises are prompting more multidisciplinary cooperation across government agencies and between national governments.

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Using Evidence and Data to Illuminate Our Food Systems

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Predicting Mosquito-Borne Disease Transmission in a Rapidly Changing World

Disease ecologist Courtney Murdock will focus on understanding the climate variables that influence mosquito-borne disease transmission.

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More or Less in Common: Environment and Justice in the Human Landscape

The climate crisis is a matter of environmental as well as historical injustice. Human geographer Garrett Dash Nelson will explore the uneven distributions of harm, responsibility, vulnerability, and power, in both historical and local perspectives.

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Hurricanes and Breezes: Visualizing Climate Change

What role can visualization play in understanding and managing climate change? Data analytics experts Fernanda ViƩgas and Martin Wattenberg will discuss a series of projects that visualize and portray climate and weather, and explore issues that these projects have raised.

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