CascadiaNow!'s fiscally sponsored project Cascadia Climate Action presents another Climate Science on Tap evening!
Doors open at 5:30. All ages welcome, as well as dogs! Free!
Will floods, fires, and droughts be the new normal? How will people and wildlife cope? And how do these extreme weather events affect public dialogue about climate change? A group of esteemed researchers will examine the relationship between extreme weather and our changing climate with engaging presentations and an informative panel discussion.
Come early for a good seat and a bite to eat from the food truck. Enjoy the conversation around the tables, while waiting for the panelists to begin!
Rachel White, Ph.D. UW Atmospheric Sciences
Josh Lawler, Ph.D. UW School of Environment and Forest Sciences,
James Rufo-Hill, M.U.P., Seattle Public Utilities
John Cook, Ph.D., Center for Climate Change Communication, George Mason University
Moderator: P.Sean McDonald, Ph.D. UW Program on the Environment, School of Aquatic and Fishery Sciences.