Partly as a result of a fellowship with the OpEd Public voices project (which encourages women scholars to write for the media) I have written a number of recent op eds and columns for various media. The one on teaching more optimistically generated the largest reaction so far.
Liverman D.M. 2014. Paddington and Empathy for Immigrant Children. Huff Post Jan 2014. http://www.huffingtonpost.com/diana-liverman/empathy-for-immigrant-children_b_6490442.html
Liverman, D.M. 2014. Women Who Make a Difference: Mrs. Roosevelt, Mrs. Haury and the Pursuit of Environmental and Social Justice. Huff Post. Sep 22 2014. http://www.huffingtonpost.com/diana-liverman/the-pursuit-of-environmental-and-social-justice_b_5858170.html
Liverman, D.M. 2014. How to teach about climate without making your students feel hopeless. Washington Post, August 20 2104. http://www.washingtonpost.com/posteverything/wp/2014/08/20/how-to-teach-about-climate-without-making-your-students-feel-hopeless/
Liverman, D. M. 2014. What if climate change triggers cooperation, not conflict? Huffington Post, 7/18/2014. http://www.huffingtonpost.com/diana-liverman/what-if-climate-change-tr_b_5599886.html
Liverman, D., & Glasmeier, A. 2014. What are the economic consequences of climate change? The Atlantic. Retrieved from http://www.theatlantic.com/business/archive/2014/04/the-economic-case-for-acting-on-climate-change/360995/
Liverman, D. March 17 2014. The Wolves in Our Dogs: Are We Trying to Protect the Species Because They’re So Much Like Man’s Best Friend? Pacific Standard. Retrieved from http://www.psmag.com/navigation/nature-and-technology/wolves-dogs-76055/
Liverman, D. 5 February 2014. Why Sun Belters Should Resist the Winter Weather Gloat. Huffington Post. Retrieved from http://www.huffingtonpost.com/diana-liverman/why-sun-belters-winter-weather_b_4725602.html
Liverman, D. Feb 6 2014. Interview with Montana Public Radio. http://mtpr.org/post/relationship-climate-change-poverty-complex
Liverman, D., & Garfin, G. 2013. A hotspot for change: causes and consequences of global warming in the Southwest. The Washington Spectator.