Episode 1: A New Environmental Agenda For New Mexico
Updated: Mar 30, 2019
Cally talks with Denise Fort and Carol Romero Wirth, two people who've they’ve spent the last eight months talking to a bunch of different people and working on an environmental agenda white paper for New Mexico.
In our science explainer, we discuss the most recent Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) report and what climate change means for New Mexico.
Please visit hotdry.org to learn more about our project and sign up for our newsletter.
Links: White paper developed be Carol, Denise, and others: sites.google.com/view/environmentalagendanm/home
Here is a link to the presentation that Dr. David Gutzler (Univ. of New Mexico) gave to the House House Energy, Environment and Natural Resources on Jan 17. The exchange we reference starts at about 10:03:30 on the recording. The whole thing is worth a listen. sg001-harmony.sliq.net/00293/Harmony…0117/-1/61759
Here is the link to the most recent IPCC special report on how to limit our warming to 1.5 or 2 degrees Celius: www.ipcc.ch/sr15/
and a link to the US National Climate Assessment that looks at the impacts of climate change in the United States: nca2018.globalchange.gov
and lastly, a link to a NY Times article on a recent paper published in Science about how ocean temperatures are warming faster than expected: www.nytimes.com/2019/01/10/climat…imate-change.html