Alumni Voices

Sea-Level Rise and Louisiana’s Coastal Wetlands

by |March 18th, 2017

The effects of anthropogenic climate change – specifically sea-level rise due to ice melt and thermal expansion – are likely to threaten already vulnerable coastal wetlands in Louisiana according to a new study published in Nature Communications on Tuesday. The study was conducted by Climate and Society 2010 alum Krista L. Jankowski and colleagues at… read more

Almost Famous: Pioneers in the Field of Climate and Weather Journalism

by |February 13th, 2014

C+S alumni have been making waves in weather and climate journalism. From Buzzfeed to Slate to Mashable to Rolling Stone Magazine read about the awesome things C+S alumni are up to.

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Meandering in the Annapurna: Evidence of Climate Impacts in Nepal

by |December 6th, 2013

After graduating from Climate and Society, alumnae Agathe Cavicchioli and Margot Le Guen travelled to Nepal to hike the Annapurna Circuit. With climate never far from their minds, they share their experiences, observations and what they learned about climate change in the Annapurna region.

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