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Category Archives: News Notes
More Americans may be linking global warming with the spate of extreme weather events across the country in recent months, survey reports.
A scientist/professor’s assertion that politics, rather than science, motivates most skeptics leads to an e-mail exchange … and then to the seemingly inevitable ad hominem criticism.
Numerous sites repost a blog from a Minnesota meteorologist who acknowledges that his acceptance of evidence on climate science and humans’ role in warming may put him at odds with many in his field … and in his political party.
TV meteorologists from Chesapeake Bay water shed states spend a full day on Maryland’s Eastern Shore for in-depth briefing on climate science.
The 17-year old Republicans for Environmental Protection drops ‘Republican’ from its name in effort to advance its message that ‘conservation is conservative.’
A newly passed Tennessee law seen as opening the way for high school science students to learn ‘both sides’ of evolution and climate science gets an in-depth airing on public radio program.
Chesapeake Bay watershed area and Minnesota weathercasters scheduled for separate full-day workshop briefings on climate science.