Climate and civilization
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
Identifier: - ESIG
Scope and Contents This collection contains the records from the Environmental and Societal Impacts Group (ESIG). The collection is organized into 4 distinct series, with 2 containing the most material. The Denver Regional Air Quality Management Study (DRAQMS) includes work done by Robin Dennis, Paulette Middleton, Tom Stewart, Jeryl Mumpower, Mary Downton and Coleen Keeling. Worked in cooperation with the Clean Air Task Force of the Denver Regional Council of Governments and the Air Pollution Control Division of...
Identifier: - ISSE
Scope and Contents This collection contains records that were labelled as belonging to the Institute for the Study of Society and the Environment (ISSE). ISSE ran from 2004-2009 but the majority of these materials come from 1990-2000. During this time period the program that became ISSE was called the Environmental and Societal Impacts Group (ESIG). The collection is organized into 3 distinct series; correspondence & other materials, newsletters and papers, publications & reports.
Identifier: - NCC
Scope and Contents The NCAR Climate Club collection consists primarily of the memorandum sent to club members to announce meeting dates, times and speakers. Other materials include a club notice, report, and interview excerpt.
Identifier: Item 83
Scope and Contents Oral history interview with Stephen Schneider, 2002. Interviewed by Robert Chervin. 10 sound cassette (ca. 10 hrs.) : analog, mono + transcript (209 pgs.). AMS 137-146; two physical versions (one master, one copy). Forms part of American Meteorological Society Oral History Project. Topics and people mentioned include: early interests in science, engineering, astronomy; years at Columbia University; Study of Man's Impact on Climate (SMIC); arrival at NCAR; Joint Evaluation Committee (JEC);...
Identifier: Item 103
Scope and Contents Oral history interview with Warren Washington, 2008. Interviewed by Rajul Pandaya and Aaron Andersen. 2 DVDs (ca. 2 hrs.) : digital, stereo. Forms part of American Meteorological Society Oral History Project. Topics include: early life; graduate school at Penn State; changing views on race in America; the lack of black role models outside of athletics; climate change policies around the globe; how science can help the public; diversity in scientific fields; BEST foundation; SOARS program;...