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Category Archives: News Notes
The major parties’ presidential nominees address questions posed by sciencedebate.org on climate science and other science-related issues, and Scientific American‘s editors plan to report their ‘grades’ on the Obama and Romney responses.
Paul Douglas, self-described ‘Republican business owner, entrepreneur, meteorologist and father’ and ‘Evangelical Christian,’ outlines why he thinks ‘my party’ is ‘on the wrong side of history’ … and of climate science.
Emerging climate science findings and related public health concerns give rise to a National Public Radio broadcast examination of public health as the most compelling message for climate change communicators.
A newly adopted American Meteorological Society policy statement on climate services comes as the group has also recently adopted a new statement reaffirming reliance on peer-reviewed science in addressing climate change generally.
A continuing series of full-day climate science workshops for broadcast meteorologists will bring together Minnesota and western Wisconsin weathercasters in October at Science Museum of Minnesota.
Brief, to the point, and highly accessible — all terms applicable to the new Climate Central book. It may teach little new for those steeped in the subject (other than the virtue of clear and simple English). For those less [...]
Diane Rehm’s popular public broadcasting radio program devotes an hour to climate, using the Berkeley ‘BEST’ station temperatures research as a news peg.