Climate Scientist Delays Flight to Event with Vice President to be on Local Radio Show

 (Utica, NY – Nov. 2012) Noah Diffenbaugh, one of  our nation’s leading climate scientists  will be joining former Vice President Al Gore  and others  for the Climate Reality Project’s “24 hours of Reality” internet discussion about climate change.   Diffenbaugh a professor at Stanford University  is scheduled for the first three hours, beginning with the kickoff panel with Mr. Gore at 8 p.m. Eastern time (0100 GMT).

On Tuesday evening Nov. 13 beginning at 7 p.m. however, he’ll be a guest for an hour during the Green Local 175 LIVE radio and internet show on Utica’s WPNR 90.7 FM.

Green Local 175 LIVE is an environment and sustainable economic development focused broadcast, which is the result of a partnership between Utica College and the not for profit Green Local  The twice weekly program regularly features many local, state, and national newsmakers , as well as cutting edge issues.

Richard Morris host of the program and founder of Green Local 175 says that he is “thrilled that Noah delayed his flight to New York City to talk about the Gore event and climate change to our listening audience.” Morris says that he “admires Diffenbaugh’s willingness and eagerness to use new technologies and avenues to educate the public about the world around us.”   Questions for Dr. Diffenbaugh can be sent in advance to or tweeted during the show @greenlocal175.

Dr. Noah Diffenbaugh is an Assistant Professor and Clark Fellow of the Woods Institute for the Environment at Stanford University.   He is currently Lead Author, Working Group II, Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change , Editor, Geophysical Research Letters , a Member, National Academy of Sciences Ad Hoc Committee on Effects of Provisions in the Internal Revenue Code on Greenhouse Gas Emissions, and serves as Stanford University Member Representative, University Corporation for Atmospheric Research.

Among his awards are 2011 Google Science Communication Fellow, 2010 | Kavli Fellow, U.S. National Academy of Sciences , and 2010 – Present | NSF CAREER Award.

The Climate Reality Project’s 24 Hours of Reality. The event will consist of 24 hours of discussion about climate change, to be broadcast live over the internet at

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