Dr. Scott Denning, Monfort Professor of Atmospheric Science at Colorado State University, will be on campus on Tuesday April 16th for Earth month. He will be giving a public lecture at 6pm that day.
The presentation, “The Three S’s of Climate Change: Simple, Serious and Solvable,” will outline the dynamics of climate change, the ramifications of climate change across the social, economic, political and environmental landscape, and steps the global community can take to address this crisis.
Scott Denning is Monfort Professor of Atmospheric Science at Colorado State University. Professor Denning also serves as Director of Education and Diversity for the Center for Multiscale Modeling of Atmospheric Processes, working to enhance understanding of global climate through K-12, undergraduate, and graduate study as well as informal education and public presentations. In addition to using global satellite imagery, his research has included extensive field work in the great north woods of Wisconsin, the farms of Iowa, and the Amazon rainforest. He has authored approximately 100 publications in the peer-reviewed climate literature, is a former editor of the Journal of Climate and served for five years as founding Science Chair of the North American Carbon Program.