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2013 April 5

Do you have a science question about Climate Change and Water? Be sure to join the first “Earth Month” Twitter chat Monday, April 8, 2013. Our expert Dr. Suzanne van Drunick, the National Program Director for EPA’s Safe and Sustainable Water Resources Research Program, will be answering your science-related questions about climate change and water.

Feel free to join us on Monday using #AskEPA, or post your questions in the comments section below for Dr. van Drunick.

Here’s more information…

(Reposted from our “It’s Our Environment” blog.)

Let’s Talk About Climate Change

By Jessica Orquina

Earth Day is coming in a few weeks, and here at EPA we celebrate Earth Month all April. Every year, we have different ways for you to engage with us online. This year, we invite you to join the conversation on climate change we’re hosting via our Twitter chats on three Monday afternoons in April. For each chat, we’ll be talking about a different environmental topic and taking your questions. Here is the schedule for our Earth Month Twitter chats:

  • April 8th 2:00pm EDT – Climate Change and Water
    Experts from our Office of Water will join us to talk about how climate change is affecting oceans, watersheds, and their aquatic ecosystems in the U.S. We will also be discussing how EPA is adapting programs that protect public health and water resources.

Editor's Note: The opinions expressed in Greenversations are those of the author. They do not reflect EPA policy, endorsement, or action, and EPA does not verify the accuracy or science of the contents of the blog.

4 Responses leave one →
  1. James Jonas permalink
    April 6, 2013

    So you listen to these people that say they are knowledgeable about Science. You are and have made fools out of NASA and other people who has won there case about polluting our Atmospheric health . Just look what the spill in the gulf of mexico has done in harming our environment. Tell us you fixed it you will be lying.

  2. electra27 permalink
    April 6, 2013

    It has been my experience many times over that there is information out there about various environmental problems and yet drastically less information out there about what substantive actions to do to lower these well known problems. Case in point: particulate matter and soot coming in windows at work from a busy street below. Information, information….no practical advice that would lower my occupational risk. Somehow we believe that information identifying a problem is the major focus. Farthest from the reality. All the information I have gathered has not helped me lower my risk. And when there is a bad air day, the recommendation is to stay indoors and hide. We need more ACTION informations to SOLVE the problems already identified many times over. INFORMATION alone is not the solution.

  3. ANANTH ADITYA permalink
    April 8, 2013

    water evaporation, we can get the good temperature ( how mines in house terrace after 12.pm put more the a liter of water) give me a chance to i will tell you briefly, it will only take action only government, It is nothing but business spend some thing , we will get some thing.

    We not sit we destroy the nature, we only think & we have use brain.

  4. ANANTH ADITYA permalink
    April 8, 2013

    water evaporation, we can get the good temperature ( how mines in house terrace after 12.pm put more the a liter of water) give me a chance to i will tell you briefly, it will only take action only government, It is nothing but business spend some thing , we will get some thing.

    We not sit we destroy the nature, we only think & we have use brain.

    i have interested to work on your place, i have some idea’s please help me.

    regards

    ANANTH ADITYA

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