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Author Archives: Glenn "Hurricane" Schwartz
Philadelphia NBC10 Meteorologist Glenn ‘Hurricane’ Schwartz, probably the city’s most prominent TV weathercaster, explains his views on ‘shocking’ Arctic ice melt.
The science, the words, and the nuances of climate change come together in a refreshing musical presentation by a Washington state musician and producer and director of ‘Symphony of Science.’
A NOAA-sponsored ‘Climate Connection’ webinar proves an effective communication tool, as a National Sea and Ice Data Center scientist puts meat on the bones — and provides quantitative measures — of 2012′s record-low Arctic sea ice extent.
Bill Blakemore’s ABC News ‘Nature’s Edge’ blog post offers a reporter’s-eye take on challenges in covering an issue ‘so big’ as climate change.
The major parties’ presidential nominees address questions posed by sciencedebate.org on climate science and other science-related issues, and Scientific American‘s editors plan to report their ‘grades’ on the Obama and Romney responses.
Paul Douglas, self-described ‘Republican business owner, entrepreneur, meteorologist and father’ and ‘Evangelical Christian,’ outlines why he thinks ‘my party’ is ‘on the wrong side of history’ … and of climate science.
Emerging climate science findings and related public health concerns give rise to a National Public Radio broadcast examination of public health as the most compelling message for climate change communicators.