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Category Archives: News Notes
Religious spokespersons speak out against either-or approach on religion and acceptance of science on human-caused climate change.
The August 10 2013 cover story in The Economist and Washington Post White House reporter Juliet Eilperin’s August 10 on the second-term Obama White House and climate change should be ‘must reads’…sand between your toes or not.
A report from the United Kingdom’s Met Office makes the case that a decade-and-a-half-long ‘pause’ in warming provides no basis for backing off from concerns over continued warming.
A major ‘liberal’ voice on climate change issues attempts to do the kind of climate journalism long missing in many mainstream media outlets. Long hypercritical of reporting on climate, blogger Joe Romm and his colleagues now will be doing their [...]
President’s June climate speech gives rise to several widespread ‘memes’ as second-term clock begins soon to wind down. Tick-tock, tick-tock.
Public radio’s ‘This American Life’ and two CBS News segments provided valuable coverage of climate change in the past few days, and all three of the stories are well worth watching for those who may have missed them.
Stu Ostro of Weather Channel and Rutgers scientist Jennifer Francis to address June 6 Washington, D.C., presentation at World Wildlife Fund headquarters.