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Category Archives: News Notes
One of the nation’s most highly visible climate scientists, Michael Mann, and NY Times columnist Nicholas Kristof double-team the ‘most neglected’ issue missing from much mainstream news coverage … climate change and the role of scientists in addressing it.
The National Academies plans to make awards for outstanding science reporting or communications in books, film/radio/TV, magazine/newspaper, and online media.
An innovative public radio series focusing on how Americans’ daily lives are being affected by climate change is recognized as one of 2013′s top citizen science projects.
Regular Forum contributors and climate scientist Richard Alley and communications expert Susi Moser featured in initial entries of Yale Forum ’30 on Climate’ webinar features.
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.