#7 - Jack Fellows - On Climate Change, and His Path in Research and Politics

#7 - Jack Fellows - On Climate Change, and His Path in Resea...

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In this episode of the Bub on Purpose Podcast, I speak with Jack Fellows. He is a leader in the weather and climate research community,  was Climate Change Science Institute Director Emeritus at Oak Ridge National Laboratory, and Vice President of UCAR, the University Corporation for Atmospheric Research, among many other titles and is currently based in Boulder, Colorado. In our conversation, he shares a bit on his life path, and his concerns for humanity, regarding climate change. Because this is my longest episode yet, I thought I should share with you that I will often listen to podcasts at 1.5 times regular speed, which can easily be done by pressing 1X in your listening app, wherever you listen to podcasts. I typically do this because it allows me to listen to more podcasts, and it helps me stay focused because the pace requires me to. I totally understand that you may enjoy the natural speed and rhythm of regular speed but I want to put that out there, in case you don’t already know that is possible. 
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In this episode of the Bub on Purpose Podcast, I speak with Jack Fellows. He is a leader in the weather and climate research community,  was Climate Change Science Institute Director Emeritus at Oak Ridge National Laboratory, and Vice President of UCAR, the University Corporation for Atmospheric Research, among many other titles and is currently based in Boulder, Colorado. In our conversation, he shares a bit on his life path, and his concerns for humanity, regarding climate change. Because this is my longest episode yet, I thought I should share with you that I will often listen to podcasts at 1.5 times regular speed, which can easily be done by pressing 1X in your listening app, wherever you listen to podcasts. I typically do this because it allows me to listen to more podcasts, and it helps me stay focused because the pace requires me to. I totally understand that you may enjoy the natural speed and rhythm of regular speed but I want to put that out there, in case you don’t already know that is possible. 
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