by Judith Curry
I will be testifying on Wed in the House Natural Resources Hearing on Climate change.
That is, I will be testifying provided that I can make it out of Reno today — we are on the tail end of the massive snow storm in the Sierras. You may recall that last May, I was unable to make it to DC for another Hearing, owing to heavy rain in DC. Fingers crossed.
There is also another Hearing on Wed, from the House Energy and Commerce Committees.
An overview of these two Hearings is provided in this article: Climate Change on Front Burner after 8 years of GOP rule
Here is the announcement from from the Committee: [link]
The Hearing starts at 10 a.m. EST. I am assured that it will be on CSPAN and a podcast will be available (possibly not in real time). I will update with any further information, e.g. where the written testimonies will be posted, whether this will be streamed live.
The only other scientist on the extensive witness list is my colleague from Georgia Tech, Kim Cobb. Also on the Witness list are governors from Massachusetts and North Carolina. This Hearing is not about the science per se, so it’s an opportunity for me to go in some different directions with my testimony.
Well I’m excited to participate in this Hearing. I will post my testimony and verbal remarks at 9 a.m. on Wed, and hopefully point to links for live streaming and the written testimony from the other witnesses.
Wish me luck navigating the airports.
To give you something to talk about on this thread, here is update on the Green New Deal [link]