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Editor’s note: This advisory was updated on July 18, 2023, to add an additional participant, and to add details about audio of the call streaming on NASA’s website.
NASA leadership, including climate experts, will be available at 4 p.m. EDT on Thursday, July 20, at the agency’s headquarters in Washington to shed light on recent extreme weather events, and discuss how NASA research and data is enabling climate solutions.
From wildfires raging across North America, flooding in the Northeast, heatwaves across the Southwest, and a record hot June, millions of Americans are experiencing the effects of extreme weather, and NASA is tracking all of it.
Audio of the discussion will stream live on NASA’s website.
- NASA Administrator Bill Nelson
- Kate Calvin, NASA chief scientist and senior climate adviser
- Karen St. Germain, director, NASA’s Earth Science Division
- Gavin Schmidt, director, NASA’s Goddard Institute for Space Studies
- Tom Wagner, associate director for Earth Action
- Huy Tran, aeronautics director, NASA’s Ames Research Center
- Carlos Del Castillo, chief, Ocean Ecology Laboratory, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
This event is open to U.S. media in person, or U.S. media and international media virtually. All media must RSVP no later than two hours prior to the start of the event to Roxana Bardan at firstname.lastname@example.org. NASA’s media accreditation policy is online.
To learn more about NASA’s climate work, visit: