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Two two-day workshops among climate science communications experts and a hot new paper published in Nature Climate Change provide plenty of grist for ongoing point and counterpoint analyses.
A leading environmental organization’s focus on projected public health impacts may indicate climate activists’ movement toward an issue generally neglected across the U.S. … and one some feel could help sway public attitudes toward increased concern.
An online video provides a vision of Arctic permafrost melting and concentrations of methane in the Arctic atmosphere over the past decade.
A well-known British climate skeptic writes an extensive essay laying out his disagreements with climatologist Scott Denning’s recent Yale Forum posting.
A Colorado high school science teacher offers a poignant definition of ‘theory’ as seen differently by the scientific and popular cultures and rebuffs some parents’ complaints about her reliance on NASA and NOAA data sets as being tantamount to ‘drinking the [...]
Key dates during his 55 years on Earth — and the image of a leashed dog zipping after a squirrel or ‘sniffing here and there’ — help a prominent climatologist make his point in debunking an all-too-common climate myth.
A Japanese foundation’s annual environmental questionnaire asks: How do YOU answer these communications questions?