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- Climate in 2013 in the U.S. … and in Context
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Transportation and climate change are to be the focus of attention and scrutiny at a University of Massachusetts, Amherst, climate change “think tank” May 29 and 30.
Look beyond Time magazine’s environment special to its May 12, 2008, listing of its “most influential people in the world.” Who do you think made that list from the climate science community?
A Sierra Club-sponsored survey of 1,000 Hispanic voters reports “overwhelming” concern about energy, global warming, and environmental issues.
A veteran climate science communications consultant has some practical advice for climate scientists wanting to better communicate “what they know, how they know it, and how sure they are of it.”
Don’t look now, but that famous American characteristic of a short attention span may be at work again. The “so what?” or yawn response may be starting to set in.
Climate change and its implications are increasingly showing up in the work of the nation’s polling and surveying organizations, with a new survey of city and county health officials showing growing concern … but not enough resources to do much [...]
Not so long ago it would have been unheard of to read in a general newspaper that there is a movement afoot for individual property owners to generate their own electricity with individual wind turbines.