With climate warming continuing to accelerate and 2023 likely to be one of the warmest on record, the die is cast for the grandest of human experiments, even arguably beyond nuclear weapons. This episode dives deep into the similar but different acts of weather modification and geoengineering.
Dr. Ed Kearns, Chief Data Officer for the up-start non-profit, First Street Foundation, joins the Triple Point to talk about how their mission and technology help homeowners, the real estate and insurance sectors, and government agencies better account for future climate risk.
In the Arctic, climate change is occurring four times more rapidly than the rest of the world. It's also where we have significant data and science gaps and where foreign policy challenges are magnified. Marisol Maddox from the Wilson Center joins the Triple Point for an enlightening discussion.
We know the climate is warming, and we know there are direct impacts on our health. Unlike many other climate narratives, Bonnie Schneider will leave you with tangible tools you can use to adapt and adjust to the warming world.
Human population has exploded since the shift to agrarian societies 12,000 years ago with agriculture improving food availability. Short- and long-range weather predictions aid the agriculture industry, and climate change may cause us to rethink how and where we get and grow our food in the future.