Webinars: Climate Conversations
Explore this series of video webinars where guest experts discuss aspects of our changing climate. Each webinar can be watched in its entirety, or in short clips that address a specific question from the original webinar.
Challenges for the Colorado River Basin This webinar explores the physical geography, human impact, history, and management of the Colorado River Basin. Guest Speakers:
Doug Kenney , Ph.D.
Director of the Western Water Policy Program at University of Colorado Law School Jeff Lukas
Senior Research Associate, Western Water Assessment - CIRES, University of Colorado Go to the webinar, video excerpts, slides, and links to resources. »
Challenges of Drought, Wildfire & Flood in Colorado Using Colorado’s Boulder Creek Watershed as an example, the panel reviews and evaluates flooding, drought, wildfires, and interactions between these natural disasters, especially in the context of a changing climate. Guest Speakers:
Jeff Writer , Ph.D.
Brian Ebel , Ph.D.
Go to the webinar, video excerpts, slides, and links to resources. »
Attribution of Extreme Weather Events In this webinar, our guest panelists are Dr. Herring and Dr. Hoerling from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. They discuss the attribution of extreme weather and its connection with climate change. Guest Speakers:
Dr. Martin Hoerling , Ph.D.
NOAA Earth System Research Laboratory Dr. Stephanie Herring , Ph.D.
NOAA Climatic Monitoring Division Go to the webinar, video excerpts, slides, and links to resources. »
Extreme Weather: Climate Change Impact, Adaptation and Mitigation Dr. Kevin Trenberth and Dr. Patricia Romero-Lankao will discuss the intersection between science, politics and economics as they pertain to the impacts of climate change. Guest Speakers:
Dr. Patricia Romero-Lankao , Ph.D.
Research Applications Laboratory Dr. Kevin Trenberth , Ph.D.
Distinguished Senior Scientist, Climate Analysis Go to the webinar, video excerpts, slides, and links to resources. »