In the media

Various print and recorded interviews and presentations: 

The Spokesman-Review, “New climate data show Spokane summers are hotter and drier, but what does that really mean for the area?” Adam Shanks, 4 July 2021.

China Global Television Network, “Just how hot is the Western U.S. heat wave?” Mark Niu, 1 July 2021,

The Spokesman-Review, “New climate data show Spokane summers are hotter and drier, but what does that really mean for the area?” 9 May 2021,

KHQ Local News, “Gonzaga launches new center for climate, society, and environment,” 26 April 2021

The Spokesman-Review, “Gonzaga University’s Center for Climate, Society and the Environment serves the Inland Northwest,” 24 April 2021

The Spokesman-Review, “Gonzaga launches new academic center to address regional climate change issues: ‘The problem is so urgent and so big’” 23 April 2021

The Inlander, “How experts say we can apply - lessons from the pandemic - to the climate crisis,” 22, April 2021  

Spokane Public Radio, “Gonzaga to Debut New Climate Center on Earth Day,” 20 April 2021

The Spokesman-Review, “Gonzaga to host candidates forum on climate change via Zoom,” 30 Sept 2020

Interview with Humanities Washington, “How Humans See Ourselves is Literally Killing the Planet,” September 2020. Also published in Spark: The Magazine of Humanities Washington 2021.1

Catholic News Service, Rome, Italy, “Like a good neighbor: Post-pandemic solidarity means buying local,” 8 May 2020 Also appeared in America Magazine

The Spokesman-Review, “Activists, experts: Climate change, like coronavirus, is existential threat,” 22 April 2020

The Spokesman-Review, “‘We live on a finite planet’: Gonzaga students hold sit-in to push university to divest from fossil fuel industry,” 13 February 2020

Public News Service, “Avista Rate Case Moves Washingtonians Away from Coal,” 9 December 2019

The Inlander, “With a new school year ahead of him, Gonzaga environmental professor Brian Henning reflects on climate change and 'divestment,'” 29 August 2019

Xinhua News Agency, “Beijing expo to showcase China's ecological civilization progress,” 23 April 2019,

Xinhua News Agency, “Chinese, American scholars call for cooperation on ecological civilization at Int'l forum in California,” 21 April 2019.

Spokane Public Radio, Inland Journal, February 22, 2019,   

The Inlander, “Seattle University divested from fossil fuel companies — so why didn't Gonzaga?” 20 December 2018,

Spokane Public Radio, “Council Sidesteps Mayor; Forms Sustainability Committee,” 17 December 2018, 

Spokane Public Radio, “Reaction Mixed To Mayor's Renewable Electricity Ordinance Veto,” 7 Sept 2018,  

Seattle Times, “The Northwest’s answer to Trump’s ‘gas guzzling is great again,’” 22 Aug. 2018   

The Spokesman-Review, “Spokane City Council adopts law calling for 2030 adoption of exclusively renewable electricity,” 21 Aug. 2018,  

The Spokesman-Review, “Renewable energy goal creates familiar tension between business, environment concerns,” Aug. 18, 2018,

Spokane Public Radio, “Spokane City Council To Consider Renewable Electricity Ordinance,” 16 Aug 2018,  

The Fig Tree, “Professor, students call for curricula focus, divestment, sustainability,” April 2018.

Spokane Public Radio, “Gonzaga Faculty Senate Votes To Support Fossil Fuel Divestment,” April 4, 2018,  

Interview with Humanities Washington, “Plato at the Slaughterhouse,” September 2017.

Interview with Bailey Fischer-Columbo as part of the NASA Astrobiology Debates, 2015.

Northwest Public Radio, Jessica Robinson, “Gonzaga University Pledges Zero Emissions As ‘Moral Imperative,’” January 31, 2013.

The Inlander, Joe O’Sullivan, “Scorched Earth: How Climate Change Could Upend the Inland Northwest,” September 11, 2012.  Also featured in Boise Weekly, September 19, 2012.