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This edition: Climate Change and the Environment

Episode Details

Original tape date: May 28, 2013.

First aired: May 28, 2013.

• Carol Anne Riddell takes a closer look at climate change, what it means and how each of us can help the environment.

• Donna Hanover tells us why oysters might be the heroes of the environment…and their special history with New York Harbor.

• Andrew Falzon explains how food and the environment are connected and how our own food choices impact the world around us.

• Magalie Laguerre Wilkinson takes us inside the science of weather forecasting.

• Lisa Beth Kovetz shows us the effect glacial ice melting in Antarctica will have on our own shorelines.

• Mike Gilliam on how solar panels can be art – and science – and help the environment.

For More Information:

Climate Change climate.nasa.gov

Oysters
www.shellshockedmovie.com
www.scapestudio.com/projects/oyster-tecture

Weather
www.noaa.gov
www.weather.gov

Global Food
www.amnh.org
www.jhsph.edu/research/centers-and-institutes/johns-hopkins-center-for-a-livable-future

Solar Ivy
solarivy.com/the_idea

Guest List

Alex Birdsall SMIT

Gary Conte Warning Coordination Meteorolgist, National Weather Service (NOAA)

Emily Driscoll Environmental Science Journalist

John Miller, Ph.D Stevens Institute of Technology

Kate Orff Partner, SCAPE/LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE

Stephen F. Pekar, Ph.D School of Earth and Environmental Sciences, Queens College/CUNY

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