Amy Ellis Nutt of the Washington Post interviewed Society founder Gavin Pretor-Pinney for her recent article which looks at clouds from all angles.
She says “from cloud nine to climate change, here’s why you should always look up – Clouds are not just baubles in blue skies, but scientific wonders that affect life on Earth”.
You can read the full article on the Washington Post website
2 thoughts on “From cloud nine to climate change, here’s why you should always look up”
Sorry finger trouble with the spelling of knew.
Loved the article always find out something I didn’t know with the CAS. This time who new about Cloud 8, I think this might be my favourite though 9 is pretty close. I haven’t had time to take the cloud artist test yet.
Keep on looking up.