Laura Tenenbaum

Laura Faye Tenenbaum is a public speaker, physical science professor, blogger, award winning and globally recognized innovator in the field of science and climate communication as well as a self-proclaimed “freaky bitch”. The foundation of her expertise lies in her ability to translate complex technical scientific jargon and climate science topics into language the public can comprehend without compromising the scientific accuracy or nuance. Tenenbaum worked as the Senior Science Editor for NASA’s Global Climate Change website at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) for a decade. Tenenbaum has been an adjunct professor in the Physical Science and Oceanography Department at Glendale Community College, where she taught for 13 years. She lived in Southeast Asia during the 90s and travelled extensively, which informed, shaped and influenced her perspectives and worldview.

  • 北極の氷の融解スピードが1990年代の10倍近くに、最新調査で

    北極圏に位置する世界最大の島、グリーンランドの表面の約80%を占める氷の塊が「グリーンランド氷床」だ。1990年代に科学者らがこの氷の塊を観察した結果、年間250億トンの氷が融解していることを突き止めた。そして今、世界50カ国の89人の科学者らが参加した共同リサーチの結果、氷の融解スピードが前回の調 ...