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In the aftermath of the presidential election, Michael E. Mann and Susan Joy Hassol reflected on the election results in the context of climate change in a piece in Scientific American.

Greg Fishel earned his bachelor of science degree in meteorology from Penn State and quickly rose through the ranks from radio forecaster in Chicago to broadcast meteorologist for Salisbury, Maryland. He soon found a home at WRAL-TV, where he served … Continue reading

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Sean Sublette earned his Master of Science and Bachelor of Science degrees in Meteorology from Penn State and brought nearly 20 years of experience as a broadcast meteorologist to Climate Central when he arrived in 2015. Previously, Sublette was Chief … Continue reading

Helen Chickering is a reporter and afternoon announcer at Blue Ridge Public Radio in Asheville, NC.  Before landing in public radio, she managed the health and science desk at NBC News Channel, the network’s affiliate news service. Most of her … Continue reading

Sara Peach is the senior editor of Yale Climate Connections, where she oversees a climate-focused radio program that broadcasts on more than 500 stations nationwide. She also writes the “Ask Sara” climate advice column. Previously, her work appeared in National … Continue reading

John Bruno is a marine ecologist and Professor in the Department of Biology at The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, USA. John grew up on the ocean in south Florida and came to UNC in 2001 after a … Continue reading

Jessica Whitehead, Ph.D, is the Chief Resilience Officer with the NC Office of Recovery and Resiliency. As Chief Resilience Officer, she leads a team that will build out the state’s initiative to help storm-impacted communities rebuild smarter and stronger in … Continue reading

Dr. Jason West is a professor in the department of Environmental Sciences and Engineering at UNC Chapel Hill. He conducts interdisciplinary research addressing air pollution and climate change by using models of atmospheric chemistry and transport and tools for quantitative … Continue reading

Tony Bartelme is senior projects reporter for The Post and Courier. Using in-depth narrative writing, he has exposed a variety of complex community problems and shed light on complex, high-stakes topics. Tony is also a critically acclaimed author of several … Continue reading

Will works as an energy policy analyst at NC Conservation Network to coordinate NCCN affiliates working on energy policy in the legislative and executive branches, analyzing proposed laws, rule-makings and other regulatory actions to promote clean energy adoption. Previously, Will completed … Continue reading

Bernadette Woods Placky is an award-winning meteorologist and director of Climate Central’s Climate Matters program. Before coming to Climate Central, Bernadette spent 11 years as a TV weather forecaster. Her most recent station was WJZ in Baltimore, where she earned … Continue reading

Edward (Ed) Maibach, PhD is a Distinguished University Professor at George Mason University, and Director of Mason’s Center for Climate Change Communication. Ed’s research — funded by NSF, NASA and private foundations — focuses on public engagement in climate change. … Continue reading

Climate Reporting Master Class Presented by Climate Matters in the Newsroom Colorado State Univ. Lory Student Center, Room 382 Wednesday, October 9, 8:30 am – 3:30 pm 8:30     Welcome and Introductions Susan Hassol – Director, Climate Communication 9:00    … Continue reading