January 28, 2019 - 1:30 pm


“Glen’s Parallax Perspectives” TV series features Sue Patnude and Daniel Einstein discussing problems and solutions related to the Deschutes River and Estuary, Capitol Lake, Budd Inlet, and more. They also discuss climate disruption that causes warmer temperatures and sea-level rise.

Sue and Daniel share their knowledge and insights with explanations clear enough for non-scientists to understand, and for knowledgeable people to appreciate too.

Here is the blog post for watching the TV interview and/or reading Glen’s thorough summary of what they said: http://parallaxperspectives.org/tv-solving-local-environmental-problems

The January 2019 episode of “Glen’s Parallax Perspectives” TV series will air on TCTV cable channel 22 for cable TV subscribers in Thurston County three times a week (14 times) throughout January:

  • Every Monday at 1:30 pm
  • Every Wednesday at 5:00 pm
  • Every Thursday at 9:00 pm

Sue Patnude has a master’s degree in public policy. She has worked extensively in public policy related to science and the environment in a variety of roles for 30 years. Now she is the Executive Director of the Deschutes Estuary Restoration Team, www.deschutesestuary.org.

Daniel Einstein has a Ph.D. in Bioengineering and has worked for decades in a variety of professional scientific roles. In addition to working as an assistant professor at St. Martin’s University, he also volunteers vigorously to protect our local environment, especially through the Olympia Coalition for Ecosystems Preservation, www.olyecosystems.org

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