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Climate Change

On Climate Change

Rawlins, A., Michael. 2022. "Why a warming climate can bring bigger snowstorms." The Conversation. February 2. 

Lackner, Matthew. 2021. "California is planning floating wind farms offshore to boost its power supply – here’s how they work.The Conversation. July 14. 

Brigham-Grette, Julie and Petsch, Steve. 2020. "The Arctic hasn’t been this warm for 3 million years – and that foreshadows big changes for the rest of the planetThe Conversation. September 30. 

Markowitz, Ezra, and Adam Corner. 2019. "Climate Change is Really About Prosperity, Pease, Public Healthy and Posterity - Not Saving the Environment.The Conversation. September 27.

Rawlins, A., Michael. 2017. “How Can We Predict the Hottest Year on Record When Weather Forecasts Are So Uncertain?” The Conversation. January 18.

Haas, Peter. 2015. “The Day After Paris: Politicians Hand the Baton to Green Industries.” The Conversation. December 17.

Rawlins, A., Michael. 2015. “Will the Arctic Shift From a Carbon Sink to a Carbon Source?” The Conversation. November 5.

In appreciation of their generous support, the UMass Public Engagement Project would like to thank the Office of the ProvostUniversity Relations, and the Colleges of Natural SciencesSocial and Behavioral Sciences Humanities and Fine ArtsEngineeringPublic Health and Health Sciences, and Education.  The UMass Public Engagement Project also recognizes and appreciates in-kind contributions and collaborations with the Center for Research on Families and the Institute for Social Science Research