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Texas Tech University professor Dr. Katharine Hayhoe is a highly accomplished climate scientist, prolific publisher and leading communicator on the topic of human impact on our environment. Heyhoe is also an evangelical Christian, challenging the notion that faith and science are incompatible. The host of a bi-weekly web series on PBS titled “Global Weirding,” Hayhoe has also co-authored multiple books and national reports on this topic. Her discussion will address how climate change impacts us now and in the future, including rising temperature and extreme weather patterns and predictions. By discussing how to prepare for the risks posed by climate change, it becomes easier to translate science into action.Buy tickets.

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$8 General Public

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April 10, 2019 - 7:30pm
Schofield Auditorium