Meet Dr. Jim Drummond! A mostly retired professor in the Department of Atmospheric Sciences and Physics and the Canada Research Chair in remote sounding of atmospheres. In this episode we chat about using remote sounding of atmospheres to understand climate, pollution, and ozone. Dr. Drummond is a leader in building Canadian satellite experiments including MOPITT (Measurements of Pollution in the Troposphere) which has been measuring pollution worldwide since 1999. Dr. Drummond reflects on how technology has evolved greatly since he started research and advises young academics to make the most of any given opportunities. Look forward to interesting discussions about avoiding collisions with other pedestrians, applying high frequency sound vibrations to earthworms, and Mars!