The head of the climate communication prize committee, has won the climate communication prize.
This came three years after she announced the Texas permanent drought.
environmental activists and reporters began to ask whether “drought”—a temporary weather pattern—was really the right term for what was happening in the state, or whether “desertification” was more appropriate. “We’re on our fourth year of drought,” Katharine Hayhoe, director of the climate science center at Texas Tech University in Lubbock, told the industry magazine Meatingplace
And right in the middle of Texas’ three wettest years on record.