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This month’s Yale Forum video captures the first-hand views of climate change impacts through the eyes of sportsmen, anglers, hunters, and outdoor enthusiasts.
Seattle Times reports on science students in ‘Communicating Science’ class: How to avoid other peoples’ eyes from ‘rolling to the back of their head.’
A read through Jared Diamond’s latest book — combined with other ideas his work helps to spark — can help journalists, scientists, and others better inform the public about climate and related risk issues.
This blog post recounts a TV meteorologist’s recent experiences visiting a NASA science visualization project and working with other meteorologists and George Mason University researchers (re-posted with permission).
Working with a George Mason University/Climate Central collaboration involving NOAA and NASA partners, new initiative seeks to measure public responses to meteorologists’ increased coverage of climate/weather.
Veteran climate and environmental news reporter advances to ‘online strike force’ and White House beat.
A conservative organization’s either/or framing on statements by President Obama and Al Gore poses a phony choice. It’s entirely responsible to accept both … or, for that matter, to accept neither. They’re not mutually inconsistent.