katharine hayhoe Katharine Hayhoe is a research professor in the Department of Geosciences at Texas Tech University. She has degrees in Physics and Astronomy from the University of Toronto, and in Atmospheric Sciences from the University of Illinois.

Her research is motivated by the desire to communicate the reality of climate change to those who will be most affected by it. For that reason, Katharine's studies look at how climate change will affect areas as diverse as California's grape-growing regions to the city of Chicago's roads and buildings. She has led regional climate assessments for the Great Lakes region, the state of California, the U.S. Northeast, and the Midwest and served on review panels for the California Bay-Delta Authority, the International Joint Commission on the Great Lakes, and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. Katharine is a Lead Author for the 2009 Unified Synthesis Product, a federal assessment of climate change impacts on public health, water resources, energy, agriculture, and the natural environment of the United States.

Katharine also heads a scientific consulting firm, ATMOS Research and Consulting (ARC). ARC provides climate change projections and impact assessments for a broad range of industry and government clients that include city, state, and federal government agencies, nonprofit organizations, financial investment firms, and even international embassies.

Katharine is honored to have contributed her research to and served as an expert reviewer for the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, which was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 2007.

 

Andrew Farley Andrew Farley served as a professor at University of Notre Dame for five years and is now a tenured professor at Texas Tech University. He holds a Bachelor's degree from Furman University, a Master's degree from The University of Georgia, and a Ph.D. from The University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.

Andrew offers courses in second language acquisition and an Honors College seminar course titled "Early Church and Contemporary Christianity in Conflict." Andrew has received teaching excellence awards or recognitions from three different universities. He has authored or co-authored more than a dozen peer-reviewed journal articles and three textbooks published by McGraw-Hill Higher Education. In addition, Andrew is the author of the Christian living book, The Naked Gospel: The Truth You May Never Hear in Church (Zondervan, 2009).

Andrew serves as the Lead Teaching Pastor of Lubbock Bible Church, a growing evangelical church that has resided on the South Plains of Texas for more than fifty years. He also co-hosts Real Life in Christ, a television program that airs every week on ABC-TV in West Texas and New Mexico.

Andrew enjoys helping Christians grow deeper in their understanding of the radical and life-changing truths of the gospel message, the birthright of every child of God.

 

 

 

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