Bringing CO2 Monitoring to You: Communicating Atmospheric Chemistry

March 12, 2015

Heatmap of carbon-dioxide emissions on a globe

Global climate change presents one of the most urgent environmental crises in recorded history. However, as recently as 2009, more than half of the US population doubted mankind’s role in rising temperatures. Join Ph.D. candidate Alexis Shusterman as she gives us a glimpse into the cutting-edge atmospheric science happening at UC Berkeley today as well as some strategies for communicating climate science with a general audience.

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What You Will Learn

  • Common pitfalls in science communication
  • Fresh approaches for sharing climate science
  • Up-and-coming methods in high-resolution atmospheric research

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Alexis Shusterman
UC Berkeley 

Darcy Gentleman
ACS Chem Champs

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