It’s not just about temperature,” says Moffitt. “It’s about disrupting fundamental earth processes that we as humans have understood to be very stable. They’re not stable. These systems have the capacity to be very unstable when you poke the climate system with a sharp stick
— SE Myhre, 1/28/2015, The Verge. HT to Wally Broecker

I've received training in science communication in legal, political and policy setting scenarios at William and Mitchell College of Law's Expert Witness Training Academy, with additional training for communication and policy development through COMPASS and the Heinz Center.  

William Mitchell College of Law, Expert Witness Training Academy, Summer 2012

What I want to emphasize is that the scale of environmental disturbance that is possible with climate change completely dwarfs the way that we consider managing our environment right now,” she told me. “We really have to open our eyes to see the scale, the capacity for these systems to really be abruptly disturbed, and we’re talking a disturbance on the scale of Earth system change.
— SE Myhre, 1/28/2015, Motherboard