By Caitlin Looby, Climate Communications Writer
Temperatures are warmer, weather patterns are changing, oceans are acidifying, and atmospheric carbon dioxide levels are at their highest.
It is important to talk about these changes. But, it is equally important to emphasize the efforts
As the Faculty Climate Action Champion for 2016-17, ecologist Kristy Kroeker plans to use research on how environmental changes in the ocean could affect human health as the basis for a variety of education and outreach activities related to climate change.
The bell rings: it is 3 p.m. The parking lot is filled with yellow school buses and happy kids. The bell and the pool of yellow are two symbols that signify the end of another school day.