Award-winning New York Times science journalist and author Andrew Revkin reflects on insights from 30 years of reporting on climate change. He argues that humanity is in the early stages of a transition as disruptive as the passage from adolescence to adulthood and offers a menu of responses that mesh urgency and patience, and that acknowledges the implicit diversity in human reactions to environmental risks.
Andrew RevkinSenior Fellow for Environmental Understanding, Pace Academy for Applied Environmental Studies, Pace University
David M. HollandAffiliated Faculty and Principal Investigator, Center for Global Sea-Level Change, NYUAD
Denise HollandField and Logistics Coordinator, Center for Global Sea-Level Change, NYUAD
David Holland, Affiliated Faculty and Principal Investigator, Center for Global Sea-Level Change, NYUAD
Denise Holland, Field and Logistics Coordinator, Center for Global Sea-Level Change, NYUAD
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NYUAD Center for Global Sea-Level Change (CSLC)
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