As the fires continue to burn in the Amazon – let our climate change expert help with your coverageAugust 28, 20191 min read
It’s become an issue of global importance – or at least global attention. And as the fires rage in the Amazon – with more than 3500 square miles of forest being consumed to date, there is worry that this could have impacts far outside of Brazil and South America and the planet’s climate could suffer irreparable damage.
How to deal with the fires, how to regreen the affected area and just how extensive the long-term damage have been of great debate on nightly newscasts, environmentalists and pundits around the planet.
If you are covering this topic and need an expert who can help explain the facts for your stories – then let us help.
Ralph Keeling is a professor of geochemistry in the Geosciences Research Division of Scripps Institution of Oceanography at UC San Diego. He is considered a leading global authority on climate change and global carbon cycles. Ralph is available to speak to media regarding this issue – simply click on his icon to arrange an interview.
Ralph Keeling Professor
Ralph Keeling's research focuses on atmospheric composition, the carbon cycle, and climate change.