Like a medical doctor, ecology prof explores earth's health via video clips
'Good morning, my name is Catherine Potvin.'
Dr Catherine Potvin is an ecology professor at Canada's McGill University who's taking her climate-change lessons out of the classroom and onto publicly accessible videos.
As director of McGill's Neotropical Ecology Laboratory she has been studying the forests of Panama along with her students. And in a new series of videos, she shares those experiences through YouTube videos.
RCI's Wojtek Gwiazda spoke to Professor Potvin about the videos and their goal.
Panama project video - here
Dr Catherine Potvin more info - here
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