In this episode of Age of Water, we join Canadian television meteorologist and storm chaser Mark Robinson in Toronto, Ontario, where he talks about the show Storm Hunters and Unearthed that he co-hosts. We discuss his harrowing experiences in documenting the dozens of tornadic storms and landfalling hurricanes / tropical storms he chased. We talked about the role climate change plays on climate and local weather and what we can expect.
Mark Robinson is a severe weather expert, educator and stormchaser based out of Toronto, Canada. He co-hosts the television series Storm Hunters and Unearthed, has appeared on the television series Angry Planet, and has made numerous other media appearances. In 2015, Robinson was named one of Canada’s 100 greatest modern-day explorers by Canadian Geographic and was elected a Fellow of the Royal Canadian Geographic Society. Mark has been storm chasing since 2000.
Nina Munteanu is a Canadian ecologist / limnologist and novelist. She is co-editor of Europa SF and currently teaches writing courses at George Brown College and the University of Toronto. Visit www.ninamunteanu.ca for the latest on her books. Nina’s bilingual “La natura dell’acqua / The Way of Water” was published by Mincione Edizioni in Rome. Her non-fiction book “Water Is…” by Pixl Press (Vancouver) was selected by Margaret Atwood in the New York Times ‘Year in Reading’ and was chosen as the 2017 Summer Read by Water Canada. Her novel “A Diary in the Age of Water” was released by Inanna Publications (Toronto) in June 2020.