Dr. Danny Bednar is a geographer of space, with an interest in how satellites are helping in the fight against climate change. Danny has worked on policy programs and rover-training missions with the Canadian Space Agency and has taught Space Exploration at Western University in Canada since 2012. Throughout his career Danny has studied everything from laws in space, to how countries share water, to how climate change will affect our lives. Danny is passionate about cats and hopes one day that satellite imagery can be used to make sure no kitties have to sleep outside in the winter. As his students say, he can be found “talking about nothing but stupid cats” on Twitter @DannyBednar.