Greg Harman

Opinion
11:35 am
Sat November 16, 2013

'Wise Women' deliver stories from front lines of climate change

Constance Okollet describes the plight of her Ugandan village at SXSW ECO as Thilmeeza Hussain of the Maldives looks on.
Greg Harman

With the release of yet another report from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change chronicling the dangers our planet is steaming toward, it’s easy to forget that global warming is already damaging lands and injuring people worldwide.

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Texas Environment
6:00 am
Sat October 26, 2013

Texas climatologists planning for future

Texas Tech climatologist Katharine Hayhoe speaking at today’s “Climate Resilience and Adaptation Strategies: A Capital Area Symposium.”
harmononearth.com

Texas has a tough climate. Throughout human habitation here, people have regularly suffered through extended periods of drought followed by violent flooding and storms. But, with all things being equal, things have always managed to return to something we know as normal. So why should we care about climate change, Katharine Hayhoe, director of the Climate Science Center at Texas Tech University in Lubbock, says she is sometimes asked.

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Texas Environment
11:47 am
Thu August 8, 2013

Goodbye to the horned toad?

TCU biology professor Dean Williams holding a lizard during a recent survey in Karnes City.
Greg Harman

A famous symbol of Texas has now all but vanished from large sections of the Lone Star State.

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