The Keeling Lecture series is in memory of distinguished Scripps Professor Charles David Keeling's life and invaluable contributions to climate science and Scripps. This year we are honored to host Dr. Clara Deser from the National Center for Atmospheric Research. Clara is an internationally recognized expert on global climate variability whose research is focused how interactions between the atmosphere, ocean and sea ice influence climate. Her presentation will focus current regional climate change in Europe and the US, and how much can be attributed to natural versus human causes. Clara’s work addresses a longstanding challenge for climate communicators – articulating the reasons for differences between projections of global scale climate change, which are strikingly consistent across climate models, and projections of regional change, which are not. Please RSVP here.