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The same day we met with Ravi Agarwal, we were able to get an appointment with Dr. Ajit Tyagi, Director of the Indian Meteorological Department.

Listen to Dr. Tyagi talk about the history and future of weather observation in India:

 
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We recently installed a permanent station at the Khoj International Art Center in Khiri Village, New Delhi India. While there, I had the good fortune to speak with Ravi Agarwal, a prominent artist and founder of the NGO Toxics Link.

Listen to Mr. Agarwal discuss some of the challenges and opportunities for art and the environment in India (interview in 2 parts):

 
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We received the following description of New Mexico weather today from Timothy Shy, meteorologist at the National Weather Service:

New Mexico, especially the Four Corners region, is one of the cauldrons of the deep weather systems that get started here, and then sweep east to make weather and headlines across the plains and Appalachians, and on to the east coast.

The New Mexico Weather story is one of conflict between two basic regimes: warm air moving northward into the state from the tropics, and cold air plunging southward from the Gulf of Alaska and northeast Pacific along the U.S. west coast.

 
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On August 2nd, we held a workshop at the Spring Preserve in Las Vegas Nevada. We asked participants to write and talk about their weather experiences and hopes and fears for the future. Here are some of the responses:

 
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What has been your most extreme weather experience?

Describe it here.

 
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We asked people from all over the world to tell their climate change story at the Luminous Green workshop. Listen and tell your climate change story here.

Singaporean Yeow Ching Shiang explains why ‘Christmas every day’ is not as good as it sounds

Dr. Lanfranco Aceti discusses desertification in Italy and the influence of the US on Italian culture

Jura Kaario speaks of his experiences in Finland growing up near a frozen lake

Singaporean designer Jeremy Sun Ting Kung talks about growing up in Taiwan and how design can change behavior

Isrizal, a Singaporean activist, talks about the loss of his boyhood home and learning how to ask permission to impact the environment

 
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