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This edition: April 2018

Episode Details

Original tape date: March 13, 2018.

First aired: April 4, 2018.

This month on Science & U!:

Carol Anne Riddell visits the Fabien Cousteau Ocean Learning Center in Manhattan to learn more about what’s happening to our oceans and as a result our entire planet’s climate system.

Marieve Amy meets Cristina Mittermeier, a marine biologist, who is using the power of photography to show the stakes of ocean conservation. SeaLegacy was founded as a digital platform to bring awareness and funds to solve some of the many problems our oceans currently face.

You might not know it to walk around the streets of Manhattan, but NYC is historically home to a wide variety of native plant life. Ari Goldberg finds a facility in Staten Island, that is helping to keep our city diverse.

Tinabeth Pina and Meteorologist Nick Gregory get real about the jetstream and how changes in this weather phenomenon is impacting our climate.

Guest List

Fabien Cousteau Ocean Explorer & Aquanaut, Fabien Cousteau Ocean Learning Center

Nick Gregory Meteorologist, WNYW

Heather Liljengren Supervising Seed Collector, Greenbelt Native Plant Center

Cristina Mittermeier Co founder/Director, SeaLegacy

Ed Toth Director, Greenbelt Native Plant Center

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