In honor of Earth Day, we asked a few of our leading experts on climate change the following question: “What is the one critical action everyone should take on April 22 to save the planet?” Check out their advice.
Renée Hetherington, author of Living in a Dangerous Climate, shares how we can make an impact this Earth Day.
Are more “derechos” in store? The City and the Coming Climate: Climate Change in the Places We Live author Brian Stone, Jr speaks to “Talk of the Nation” about how cities are planning for extreme weather.
How do you begin to tackle global warming? Take out the ‘global’ part. The Star Tribune reviews The City and the Coming Climate: Climate Change in the Places We Live.
If you’d like to visit the front lines of climate change, you need not travel as far as the North Pole. Easier to access, and far more revealing of the nature in which climate change is altering our everyday lives, is Louisville, Kentucky. Known as the home of the Kentucky Derby, in recent years this city has distinguished itself from other Midwestern river towns in at least one additional respect: Louisville may now be the climate change capital of the urban world.