Art from Climate Art Fellow Featured in CAICE Interview

“I strongly believe it is our responsibility as scientists to help the public understand the true facts about the causes for the unprecedented changes our planet is experiencing."

The San Diego Union-Tribune interviewed Prof. Kim Prather, Director of the Center for Aerosol Impacts on Chemistry of the Environment (CAICE), about CAICE and her upcoming presentation hosted by the Center for Ethics in Science and Technology. This free event is open to the public, and takes place on Wednesday, January 8 frrom 5:00-7:00pm. Register here:

Recognize that photo Prof. Prather is holding? It was taken by Dr. Nigella Hillgarth, our 2019 Summer Climate Art Fellow, who documented the SeaSCAPE experiment. It’s one of many ways that the Climate Science Alliance is proud to partner with CAICE on outreach & engagement activities!

Learn more about our Climate Art Fellowship here:

Read the full article here:

"Sharing the science of human pollution and the health of the planet with the public"

#BuildingCapacity #BuildingResilience #ArtCommunity

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