Weather and Technology
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November 18th @ 12:00pm eastern
Join Siri as she shares with us what is happening with the climate and weather – and how climate solutions can help us save the ice and snow. Siri began her career as a weather presenter at TV2 and went on to establish a leading global provider of weather intelligence, StormGeo. She leads Nysnø Climate Investments – a Norwegian state-owned investment company that focuses on climate technologies. Siri holds a Master of Science in Meteorology and has a PhD in offshore wind technology. Before she started at Nysnø, Siri lead the research network for clean energy at the University of Stavanger. She has founded several businesses with experience in finance and start-up companies with environmental technologies.
November 24th @ 10:30am eastern
Join climate scientist Tom Matthews to learn about the weather on Earth’s highest peak! Tom took part in National Geographic and Rolex’s Perpetual Planet Extreme Expedition to Mt. Everest, where he helped establish the world’s highest weather station.
Tom is a climate scientist with particular interests in the sensitivity of Earth systems to climate variability and change. His specific areas of expertise include glacier-climate interactions and extreme events – from mid-latitude storms to heatwaves and hurricanes.
November 24th @ 12:00pm eastern
George is a renowned global adventurer, storm chaser, explorer and television presenter. His efforts to document nature’s worst weather conditions have taken him all over the globe, into places most normal people are fleeing from. He hosted 3 seasons of the show Angry Planet, travelling around the world documenting some of the most extreme weather and places on our planet.