Climate change has arrived, with many regions of the nation experiencing more drought conditions, floods and wildfires.
That’s the word from a White House report released this week. What does this mean for Utah’s weather, tourism and agriculture? And how should the public and policymakers respond?
On Thursday at 12:15 p.m., state epidemiologist Allyn Nakashima, Salt Lake City sustainability director Vicki Bennett, climate scientist Jim Steenburgh and hydrologist Tim Bardsley join Jennifer Napier-Pearce to talk about climate change impacts on water, the economy and human health and if it’s too late to turn the tide.
You can join the discussion by sending questions and comments to the hashtag #TribTalk on Twitter and Google+. You can also text comments to 801-609-8059.
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