Pick your poison: drought, flood, heat wave, hurricane
12:15PM, Wed. Nov. 16, 2022
As the world’s eyes turn to Egypt for the United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP27), Austin-based Texas Impact/Texas Interfaith Power & Light is sending to the Chronicle daily dispatches from the conference.
Texas-based climate scientist Katharine Hayhoe is a global leader in climate communications. Hayhoe is a member of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC); a professor at Texas Tech University; and Chief Scientist at The Nature Conservancy. Here, Hayhoe explains why climate change matters so much in Texas.
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