Professor of Environmental History, Georgetown University
Dagomar Degroot is an associate professor of environmental history at Georgetown University and co-director of the Climate History Network. His most recent book is The Frigid Golden Age: Climate Change, the Little Ice Age, and the Dutch Republic, 1560–1720 (2018). He lives in Washington, DC.
A lunar pandemic
In the 1960s, NASA went to huge expense to contain possible pathogens from the Moon. What can we learn from the attempt?
Little Ice Age lessons
The world’s last climate crisis demonstrates that surviving is possible if bold economic and social change is embraced
Did European colonisation precipitate the Little Ice Age?