The CCI's Interview Series was filmed in collaboration with local cable television, the Lowell Telecommunications Corporation. View any episode below.
In addition to the above, explore CCI online resources, including curriculum information and modules, research and blog updates.
Featured Speaker: Travis Franck, Climate Interactive and MIT
Overview: Interactive online tool for educators and students that graphs current and "player" decisions affecting climate change, sea level rise and global warming
Featured Speaker:Frank Ackerman, Synapse Energy Economics
Overview: Economic choices and policies that could positively or negatively affect our future world
Featured Speaker: Oceanographer Bob Chen, UMass Boston
Overview: Carbon sinks in the oceans, how they occur and possible consequences
Featured Speaker: Geoffrey Haines-Stiles, write and producer for PBS' "Earth, the Operator's manual"
Overview: Climate change information through visuals, video and new media
Featured Speaker: Betsy Hartmann, Hampshire College
Overview: Climate change and location may force migration; political reaction and consequences
Featured Speaker: Carrie Watkins, Brandeis University student; Better Future Project
Overview: Student activist speaks about her experiences and projects at Brandeis
Featured Speaker: Ellen Douglas, UMass Boston
Overview: Current research, what it is showing, future implications
Featured Speaker: Richard Primack, Boston University
Overview: Study of bird and plant adaptations and migrations over a period of time in Concord, MA; climate change factors
Featured Speaker: Scott Clavenna, CEO GreenTech Media, Boston
Overview: Alternative Energy Solutions, wind and solar
Featured Speaker: John Duff, UMass Boston
Overview: Legal hurdles and cleaner energy in a quickly changing world
Featured Speaker: Juliette Rooney-Varga, Ph.D., UMass Lowell
Overview: This lecture provides an overview of basic climate change science, greenhouse gas emissions, and potential impacts of climate change, along with a demonstration of a policy that could be used to reduce emissions.