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Respected NASA climate scientist James Hansen vents against science agencies’ “Offices of Propaganda,” formally known as “public affairs offices,” in a recent e-mail posting.
“The Observatory,” an online feature critiquing press coverage of science and the environment, is joining similar Columbia Journalism Review efforts on business/finance journalism and on political reporting.
“Marketplace,” produced by American Public Media, on January 28, 29, and 30 broadcast a six-part series – “Plan B: Adapting to a Warmer World” – “to help listeners understand what we should do to prepare ourselves to live in a [...]
All that media coverage of climate change/global warming over the past two years doesn’t appear to be having much influence on the minds of the nation’s electorate.
Why blog? It’s a question I ask myself often – usually around 5:50 p.m., when I can see I’m blowing deadline. Again. At least for this Seattle Post-Intelligencer reporter, blogging means doing everything that needed doing to “feed the beast” [...]
Reporters in the northwest and southeast corners of the U.S. can get full-day immersions into covering climate change at two separate university-sponsored training programs scheduled during the first week of February in St. Petersburg, Fl., and Spokane, Wa.
Web-based activities are afoot to prompt more attention by leading political and news media figures to climate change.