Hi folks, Mastodon newbie here. I'm a PhD candidate in Environmental Science at U of Toronto, focused on climate change in the rainforest regions of Peru and temperature extremes here at home in TO. I tweet as @conanelbarbudo. Any other folks out there?

@conor Hello and welcome! I do not study climate change but it interests me. My field of study is in a technical solution to this: Electric Vehicles. Nevertheless, I am aware that it is not an entire solution by itself...

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@eredondo still a super important part of the action needed. That's very cool work. I'll be interested to follow your updates.

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