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.

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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.

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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.

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