Climate & Weather: How Do They Connect?

What:
Panel
When:
2:00 PM, Monday 20 Jun 2016 (1 hour)
Breaks:
Break   03:00 PM to 03:15 PM (15 minutes)
Where:
Diplomat
How:
Scientists are sometimes asked if a weather catastrophe was “caused” by climate change. Their answers can cause more confusion than clarification, because there is no single cause for any weather event.  Every such event arises from the interplay of many factors, one of which is the excess global heat buildup we call climate change. But what role does it play in specific events? Our esteemed panel of climate scientists will help unravel the mysteries behind this vital question.
Moderator
Citizens' Climate Lobby/Citizens' Climate Education
Research Coordinator
Participant
Rutgers University
Professor
Participant
University of Maryland
Adjunct Associate Professor, Department of Atmospheric and Oceanic Science
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