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Category Archives: News Notes
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.
A University of Wisconsin geneticist tells a science journalism meeting of ‘six steps’ common to science ‘denialism’ campaigns.
August 15 photo deadline nears for photos to be used for September climate change tour.
Scientists will grapple ‘for years’ to best understand the whys and wherefores of a four-day rapid melting affecting 97 percent of Greenland’s enormous ice sheet. ‘Weird’ in a number of ways … but precise role of global warming remains to [...]
It’s again an uphill fight, but a worthwhile one, and somebody’s got to undertake it: a number of science groups are again backing efforts to see science issues, including climate science, gain more traction in this year’s presidential campaigns.
Survey results from researchers at Yale and George Mason point to some subtle shifts in public attitudes and offer hints on how nation’s unusual weather events may be influencing public opinions.