August 22, 2012
Eight Forty-Eight, Chicago's morning talk program on NPR, recently discussed the need to plan for climate change, actions the City of Chicago is already taking, and the impact that extreme heat has been having this summer. The program, which aired on August 22, interviewed the Climate Center's Vicki Arroyo, and highlighted the Center's Adaptation Clearinghouse.
Listen to the program at the WBEZ website by clicking here. The segment begins about 11 minutes into the program.
Arroyo was joined on the show by Aaron Durnbaugh, a former deputy commissioner with the Chicago Department of the Environment and sustainability director for Loyola University. Mr. Durnbaugh also discussed some of the City of Chicago's efforts in the video below with the Georgetown Climate Center in the summer of 2011.
For more information about adaptation actions in the City of Chicago, visit the city's page in the Adaptation Clearinghouse at http://chicago.adaptationclearinghouse.com.