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Category Archives: News Notes
Texas Tech scientist Katharine Hayhoe and former South Carolina Republican Congressman Bob Inglis to highlight early April live-streamed climate change session.
It was an unexpected venue for a three-hour Sunday workshop on climate change lobbying and activism as local residents joined in Heathsville, Va., for a Citizens Climate Lobby ‘How-To …’ workshop.
Meteorologist Paul Huttner sits down weekly with MPR ‘Daily Circuit’ host to explore new climate science findings and warming impacts statewide and beyond.
The Comedy Central host of the satirical ‘Colbert Nation’ cable program gets a few laughs in exploring ‘the new abnormal,’ with much of the public now wanting to ‘do something’ about climate change.
The former Vice President, promoting his new book about the future, defends his recent sale of his independently owned Current TV cable network to Al Jazeera.
Harvard’s online Extension Service is about to begin a semester-long climate change science, social impacts course for non-credit and for-credit registrants and for either graduate or undergraduate credits. Today’s first class available to all.
The newspaper’s decision to scrap its specialized environment reporting structure raises coverage questions going forward: Will the paper still be the best even if it’s not at its best?