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A respected journalist accompanies a highly regarded climatologist for Australia sea-level rise field work, and their story is shared via an innovative digital e-books app.
A University of Wisconsin geneticist tells a science journalism meeting of ‘six steps’ common to science ‘denialism’ campaigns.
August 15 photo deadline nears for photos to be used for September climate change tour.
A basketball metaphor illustrating changing stats pairs with analyses from a range of experts and independent commentaries in a Yale Forum video capturing the stresses of the summer’s weather anomalies across the U.S.
Tony Barnston, a climate scientist at Columbia University’s International Research Institute for Climate and Society, engages with the broad public through Reddit, a social news site. ‘I would like to do another,’ he says.
Scientists will grapple ‘for years’ to best understand the whys and wherefores of a four-day rapid melting affecting 97 percent of Greenland’s enormous ice sheet. ‘Weird’ in a number of ways … but precise role of global warming remains to [...]
It’s again an uphill fight, but a worthwhile one, and somebody’s got to undertake it: a number of science groups are again backing efforts to see science issues, including climate science, gain more traction in this year’s presidential campaigns.