ISU MSS 2024

Space Café Radio – from GLOC in Oslo – with NASA’s Susie Perez Quinn, Dr. Karen St. Germain and Dr. Kate Calvin

Dr. Karen St. Germain, Dr. Kate Calvin and Susie Perez Quinn during the radio recording; Credits: SpaceWatch.Global

In this  Space Café Radio –  SpaceWatch.Global team’s Dr. Emma Gatti and Torsten Kriening spoke with Susie Perez QuinnNASA’s Chief of StaffDr. Karen St. Germain NASA’s Division Director of the Earth Science Division in the Science Mission Directorate, and Dr. Kate Calvin, NASA’s Chief Scientist and Senior Climate Advisor.

The episode was recorded in Oslo during GLOC –  Global Space Conference on Climate Change. GLOC was co-organized by the International Astronautical Federation (IAF), and the Norwegian Space Agency (NOSA).


In this special 3-guests radio episodes Emma and Torsten asked the NASA’s representative about the US agency’s initiative towards climate change and why it is essential to get out of the Space bubble  and open a dialogue with the community and the end users.

This radio episode is part of a joint collaboration between SpaceWatch.Global and the Norwegian Space Agency. Our collaboration focuses on creating tangible outreach for GLOC, while highlighting the commitment of the space industry to combat the climate crisis. This mini series will explore the several approaches space is taking for climate change action and its significance for the society,  as well as its practical results, challenges, and evolution into future applications.

Space Café Radio brings you talks, interviews, and reports from the team of SpaceWatchers while out on the road. Each episode has a specific topic, unique content, and a personal touch. Enjoy the show, and let us know your thoughts at [email protected]!

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