I recently had the distinct honor of being interviewed by Quintin Washington, on Quintin’s Close Ups about my book. Quintin is a Charleston treasure and I really enjoyed our conservation. The YouTube video of the interview is below.

The College of Charleston is doing a lot about sustainability. Over the summer, I was featured in an article in the College Today about the various sustainability efforts at the College.

I had the pleasure of speaking with Lindsay Street, a reporter from the Statehouse Report here in South Carolina, about my book.

Here is the full article

Ideology of Climate Solutions Caucus Members: 115th Congress The Climate Solutions Caucus has returned in the House of Representatives for the 116th Congress. As originally conceived, the “Noah’s Ark” caucus only allowed new members to join in bipartisan pairs, one Democrat and one Republican. The caucus grew to 90 members, 45 Democrats and 45 Republicans in the 115th Congress. As I show in my book, the Republican members tended to be more moderate than their co-partisans in the House.

It’s here! For more information see the Taylor & Francis website. It can be ordered from Routledge, where you can also request an exam copy, and from Amazon. Finally, you can see a preview through Google Books.

The College of Charleston newspaper, the College Today, recently did a story on Lee Bundrick, an alum of the concurrent Masters in Public Administration and M.S. in Environmental and Sustainability Studies program. I had the pleasure to work with Lee as his research advisor and I’m sure he will do great things in Kiawah and beyond. Lee was also awarded outstanding concurrent graduate student. See the full article. Great job, Lee!