It’s Time to Prepare Students for Climate Change Disasters

More than three million acres of the United States have experienced wildfires this year to date, and scientists are anticipating a hurricane season more challenging than years past. As severe climate events throughout the globe become more frequent and intense, it is time for school leaders to prepare students for the potentially life-threatening effects of climate change, write TC doctoral student Josh DeVincenzo and co-author David Mazzuca in The Hill. #TCStudents

In an op-ed for The Hill, TC doctoral student Josh DeVincenzo calls for practical instruction to help students respond to floods, wildfires and other climate-change related events