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Saving Us: Q&A with a Hopeful Climate Scientist

Dr. Katharine Hayhoe shares that "the data tells us the planet is warming; the science is clear that humans are responsible; the impacts we’re seeing today are already serious; and our future is in our hands." Yet, most people aren't talking about climate change.

Where do we begin? What do we say when people are skeptical? How do we stay hopeful in the face of some overwhelming trends? And what is our call in all of this as Christians?

Join us for some real talk with renowned climate-scientist and hopeful Christian, Dr. Katharine Hayhoe, ONLINE Thursday, March 31, 7:00 – 8:00 p.m. Bring your questions!

Attendance is FREE but registration is required.

About the Speaker

Katharine Hayhoe, PhD, is an atmospheric scientist whose research focuses on developing and applying high-resolution climate projections to understand what climate change means for people and the natural environment. She is a professor at Texas Tech University, and has a BSc. in physics from the University of Toronto and an MS and PhD in atmospheric science from the University of Illinois.

Katharine has served as a lead author for the Second and Third U.S. National Climate Assessments and has conducted climate impact assessments for a broad cross-section of organizations, cities, and regions, from Boston Logan Airport to the State of California. Her work has resulted in over 120 peer-reviewed publications that evaluate global climate model performance, develop and compare downscaling approaches, and quantify the impacts of climate change on cities, states, ecosystems, and sectors over the coming century.

In 2014 Katharine Hayhoe was named one of the100 most influential people by Time magazine. She frequently gives public talks on climate science, impacts, communication, and faith. Her TED talk has close to four million views and her new book, Saving Us: A Climate Scientist’s Case for Hope and Healing in a Divided World, was released in September 2021.