CSWCR Director Dr. David Titley and others comment on 2017’s Hurricane Harvey and the likelihood of similar storms in the future.
During the Senate hearing on his nomination to director of the White House Office of the Science and Technology Policy, Dr. Kelvin Droegemeier was questioned by Senator Ted Cruz about his views on climate change. Dr. Droegemeier declined to respond definitively. CSWCR Director Dr. David Titley comments on the question and response.
CSWCR Director David Titley and former Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta appeared on Climate One’s podcast about national security and climate change.
CSWCR Director comments on a leaked “Vision Setting” document from a NOAA administrator.
“Elections have consequences,” said David Titley, a professor of meteorology at Pennsylvania State University and the former chief operating officer of NOAA. “This is just another example of where the Trump administration is frankly emphasizing short-term aspects, such as economic growth, and de-emphasizing longer-term challenges, things that will be most apparent after their term, such as impacts on climate, conservation of marine resources.”
An article from the Palm Beach Post discusses Coastal Risk Consultants which includes CSWCR Director David Titley as one of its unpaid advisors. This group evaluates individual properties, assets, and whole areas for vulnerabilities to climate change and sea level rise.
“If you wait for 100 percent certainty, you’ll be 100 percent dead,” said David Titley.
CSWCR Director Dr. David Titley and Penn State Professor Dr. Michael Mann spoke at the University of Charleston (WV) about the reality of climate change. The panel discussion, which also featured two contrarians, was covered by the Charleston Gazette-Mail.
CSWCR Director RADM Dr. David Titley testified before the US House of Representatives Subcommittee on Coast Guard and Maritime Transportation about the US’ role in Maritime Transportation in the Arctic
CSWCR Director Dr. David Titley discussed climate change with students from Alexandria City Public Schools (Virginia) as part of “Science Unrestricted” sponsored by IDA.org.
CSWCR Director Dr. David Titley comments in this article from the Capital Weather Gang’s Jason Samenow in the Washington Post. The U.S. administration’s nominee for the top position at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration has not had a hearing nor been up for a vote for confirmation.
CSWCR Director David Titley was among the scientists that spoke at this year’s March for Science rally in Washington, D.C. Titley reminded the audience that, “If we ignore and denigrate science we do so at our own peril.”