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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 …
Veteran Wall Street Journal environmental reporter John Fialka is embarking on a career as editor of a new online climate change newsletter, produced by E&E Publishing, LLC, the Washington, D.C., publisher of Greenwire.
Committed environmentalists likely remember the time, more than a decade ago, when they first became aware of John Tierney, now one of two influential bloggers at The New York Times‘ “Science Times” who opine on global warming and other environmental [...]
Reporting on climate change and health will be center stage on Wednesday, April 30, at Harvard University’s Barker Center for the Humanities.
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.