On the March edition of Environmentally Sound, host Larry Burns, vice president for external affairs at The University of Toledo, discusses pollution and climate change concerns.
In this month’s episode:
- John Hartig, author of the new book "Burning Rivers: Revival of Four Urban-Industrial Rivers that Caught Fire," discusses the consequences of pollution.
- Jeffrey Masters, cofounder of Weather Underground, talks about how climate change is affecting our current weather.
- Anjuli Bamzai, a program director with the National Science Foundation, shares the research underway to better understand our climate.
- And University of Toledo President Lloyd Jacobs reflects on the five-year anniversary of the merger of UT and the former Medical College of Ohio and gives us a glimpse into the future of higher education.