Katharine Hayhoe

Texas Tech University

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Katharine Hayhoe is Associate Professor of Political Science at Texas Tech University and Director of its Climate Science Center.

Katharine Hayhoe on KCRW

Shutting down the economy means cleaner skies, but that good news for climate change won’t last, says scientist   Katherine Hayhoe.

What does COVID-19 mean for climate change long-term and Trump’s re-election?

Shutting down the economy means cleaner skies, but that good news for climate change won’t last, says scientist Katherine Hayhoe.

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We often hear about the huge problems involving climate change: melting glaciers, rising sea levels, plus intensifying hurricanes, tornadoes, and other weather patterns.

Fighting climate change in our daily lives

We often hear about the huge problems involving climate change: melting glaciers, rising sea levels, plus intensifying hurricanes, tornadoes, and other weather patterns.

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Donald Trump's election has been a profound shock to scientists, environmentalists and the clean-energy industry.

Just don't call it 'climate change'

Donald Trump's election has been a profound shock to scientists, environmentalists and the clean-energy industry.

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