Extreme heat, reduced rivers, and higher education
For years I’ve been researching and writing about the impact of climate change on higher education. This summer has brought global warming to the forefront; will academia take the crisis more seriously as a result?
To recap from the past month: higher temperatures, too much water, and too little water, all exacerbated by the climate crisis have wracked the world. Let’s start with China, where an unusually high heat wave is hitting province after province:
On 18 August, the temperature in Chongqing in Sichuan province…