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Author Archives: Janet A. Phoenix, M.D., MPH
Search climate change news most days and you’ll likely find few references to public health impacts. So it comes as no surprise that the American public – apparently unlike the public in Western Europe and other industrialized countries – by [...]
Climate change news researcher and academic Max Boykoff writes in a recent Nature Reports Climate Change “Commentary” that despite recent evidence that coverage of climate change is improving, “all too often, media reports conflate the vast and varied terrain of [...]
We have decades and decades invested in doing things based on old rules. Now, the rules have changed, and newsrooms need to change as well. We need new attitudes and new cultures. This will only happen if individual journalists put [...]
You know the climate issue has truly arrived as a newspaper fixture when it moves beyond the news, opinion, business, sports, and feature sections to show up in the Sunday comics – twice on the same day.
If the public conversation about manmade global warming is losing some of its essentially debate-like quality, you couldn’t tell it from glancing at a new website called “Climate Debate Daily,” a pro-and-con aggregator of items published elsewhere.
Reporters in the Pacific Northwest might find some good stories in digging into a Science magazine study by Jane Lubchenco, Oregon State University’s well-known marine biology professor.
So if men tend to be more interested than women in news about international affairs, Washington, D.C., goings-on, and sports …