In 2006, a naïve young climate scientist realized he had become a climatic Kevin Bacon to friends and family. None of them studied or worked in the areas of physical science, environmental science or environmental issues. Yet they were all interested in news about climate change simply because there was one person in their community who studied climate change for a living. Maribo was his attempt to engage and expand that community.
The new edition aims to continue that open conversation about climate and global change, but with a few more hands on deck.
We hope to bring science, stories and perspective that you won’t hear somewhere else. In addition to the regular posts, there will be interviews with experts on new research, dispatches from the field, and stories from students and other young scientists.