Democracy on Tap: Climate Change

Our three-part Environment series began on April 10 at Roxy's Downtown with a discussion on Climate Change, from its broad extent to more specific effects on Kansas.


  • Rachel Myslivy, Climate + Energy Project Assistant Director
  • Ken Cook, National Weather Service Meteorologist in Charge
  • Susan Erlenwein, Sedgwick County Environmental Resources
  • Mary Knapp, KSU Weather Data Library, Department of Agronomy
  • Christopher Redmond, KSU Weather Data Library, Mesonet Manager

Here's the discussion:

And here's the video that aired on Facebook live: