Texas Tech University

Texas Tech Climate Center Hosts Virtual Climate Readings and Discussions Event

Abby Stone

April 22, 2021

Co-hosts Katharine Hayhoe and Bryan Giemza discuss author Gerald R. North’s book.


WHAT: Texas Tech University's Climate Center hosts the live book discussion, “The Rise of Climate Science: A Memoir.”   

WHEN: 5-6 p.m. Tuesday (April 27) 

WHERE: Virtually presented via Zoom. Registration is required.  

EVENT: Join co-hosts Katharine Hayhoe and Bryan Giemza for this Climate Readings & Discussions event, featuring author Gerald R. North. Hayhoe is a Horn Distinguished Professor in public policy and public law in Texas Tech's College of Arts & Sciences and Giemza is a professor of humanities and literature in Texas Tech's Honor College.

North's book “The Rise of Climate Science: A Memoir,” recounts his life in the vanguard of modern climate science. He offers an insider look at the academic research and government initiatives around global warming and what they mean for the planet. 

See the Climate Center's Eventbrite page for more information. 

CONTACT: McKenzie Griffin 
Communication and outreach intern, Climate Center
(806) 834-7644