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Category Archives: News Notes
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.
The ‘Earth: The Operators’ Manual’ series hosted by Penn State climatologist Richard Alley is set to resume on Earth Day, April 22, with premieres of two energy segments.
Economist William Nordhaus rebuts skeptics’ six key points … and roundly rejects WSJ column built in part, he says, on misleading readers on his own research and on discrediting climate scientists.
U. of Minnesota’s Momentum site explores faith and environmental issues with the leader of British secular organization working with major religions worldwide.
Initial analysis of 2011 survey results from 766 K-12 teachers shows them thinking climate change is occurring, and primarily as result of human activities, with notable regional differences in understanding.
News developments didn’t completely stop during the year-end holiday season and that exotic trip to distant beaches you took (or wish you had taken) that kept you apart from your 24/7 tablet, laptop, Droid, iPhone, and e-mail.