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Author Archives: Mike Nelson
Veteran Denver broadcast meteorologist Mike Nelson outlines his views on human-caused climate change and does so ‘at some peril’ given the pushback he frequently encounters. Reposted with light edits and with permission of the author.
Easily accessible and readable report explores ins and outs of citizen engagement as ‘central to building the political will required for action.’
A Vancouver newspaper columnist has fun putting the needle to a reader — ‘Mr. Missed It’ — who he thinks may have overlooked the paper’s more than 4,600 stories dealing with global warming.
An ‘imperfect’ but well-regarded analysis of New York Times environment and climate coverage points to a decline in number of stories published in recent years.
Climate science and extreme weather is focus of full-day ‘Short Course’ being planned in conjunction with American Meteorological Society’s 41st broadcast meteorologists meeting in Tennessee.
Extreme weather, President Obama, Solyndra, and fears of economic harm are among common targets for prominent conservative voices opining on climate change.