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Category Archives: News Notes
Those instinctual and personal (and often entirely unscientific) fears of 2012′s having been a weather bummer turn out to be largely on-target, as NOAA data point to a year of uncomfortable records.
More than 3,000 performing arts professionals from two-dozen countries expected at annual performing artists conference this month in New York City, with climate change the focus in two sessions.
Given the level of complexity, any realistic amount of public climate literacy will still leave openings for incorrect claims. A Texas A&M scientist and Texas state climatologist offers a different prescription.
‘Be persuasive. Be brave. Be arrested (if necessary)’ investor and Grantham Foundation’s Jeremy Grantham advises scientists in column for Nature.
A respected TV and radio correspondent with a knack for making the complex understandable finds a case in point in a Web comic explaining NASA’s Saturn V rocket. Lessons here for climate communicators.
Media and bloggers post numerous commentaries on Superstorm Sandy’s connection to a warmer climate, and on communications lessons-learned.
In the emotions, joys, and disappointments immediately following an election campaign’s conclusion, the newly re-elected President touches briefly on our warming planet, ending the campaigns’ seeming taboos on mentioning climate change.