I presented an online lecture on Aerosols and Climate Change to the Alliance for Climate Education's Science Friday event, designed to expose the ACE educators to a range of topics surrounding climate. The lecture covers the basics of aerosols, their climate impact, and strategies and tradeoffs in aerosol emissions mitigation.
I have taught a class for high school students on the basics of climate change and strategies for addressing it through Princeton Splash, an all-day event that brought local high school students to the Princeton campus to take classes from Princeton students. Read more about SPLASH Intro to Climate Change and Mitigation
I have presented a guest lecture and provided consulting on the topic of Aerosols and Climate Change for Dr. Rob Socolow's course, Living in a Greenhouse: Technology & Policy (WWS 585b), offered through Princeton's Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs.
The lecture covers the basics of what aerosols are and why they are a major source of uncertainty in climate change projections, and features some of my recent work on ways to quantify aerosols' climate forcing.