from training.npr.org: https://training.npr.org/sources/lesley-dupigny-giroux/
Lesley Dupigny-Giroux is a professor of geography and geoscience at the University of Vermont. As a climatologist, she focuses on hydroclimatic natural hazards — climate hazards associated with the distribution of water, like floods or droughts — as well as other severe weather hazards. She can offer insight into climate literacy and climate change.
Craig Santos Perez is an Indigenous Chamoru (Chamorro) from Guam who is an associate professor of the University of Hawai’i, Mānoa’s English department. He teaches eco-poetry — poetry that addresses environmental disaster — and creative writing and Pacific literature.
Idowu “Jola” Ajibade is an assistant professor of geography at Portland State University. She uses an environmental justice and political ecology lens to study the intersection of climate adaptation, urban sustainability and societal transformation.