Based in Dunedin, Todd is a Lecturer working in the Schools of Geography and Surveying at the University of Otago. He teaches in the areas of climatology and remote sensing (satellite and aerial mapping) and his main research focus is seasonal snow in the Southern Alps/Kā Tiritiri o te Moana. When he’s not working he spends as much time outdoors as he can, especially snowboarding and splitboarding in the winter. He is particularly keen on getting good turns within two hours drive of Dunedin and has a 33% success rate on the Rock and Pillar Range. Todd is excited about the opportunities POW provides to help educate the outdoors community about the science of climate change, what we can do about it, and the platform it offers for positive climate advocacy.