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- English Prof and Nonfiction Writer Turns AGU Blogger
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Category Archives: News Notes
A respected long-term economics columnist comes around to backing a carbon tax, if only because it might address problems going beyond just those associated with a warming world.
What you know can hurt you, a new AGU communications blogger advises the science community. Particularly if your audience doesn’t know what you assume it does.
A newly posted climate.gov video goes into a South Carolina TV station’s studio to explain a meteorologist’s approach to a series of ‘Climate Matters’ broadcasts.
Lots of change is in the air in a warmer Pacific Northwest, a new analysis projects, many posing significant ecological and economic concerns for the region.
The climate journalism pool gets shallower with the loss of respected science and climate journalist Dan Vergano from USA Today, and it doesn’t appear he’ll be doing much more on climate change from his new post at nationalgeographic.com.
Broadcast meteorologists and weathercasters from Colorado, Nebraska and parts of Wyoming and Kansas are to be invited for a full-day weather and climate workshop at Colorado State University’s Denver Center.
Climate change communication researchers and representatives of diverse climate science information media convene in Beijing under auspices of leading Yale and Renmin University programs.