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Category Archives: News Notes
Two leading Minnesota broadcast meteorologists post blogs capturing their highlights from a two-day climate science workshop held at the Science Museum of Minnesota.
A researcher and author explores some evangelicals’ good Earth stewardship approach to climate change activism.
Climate goals are ill-suited to ‘how our brains are wired,’ a Duke dean says in outlining the ‘huge task’ ahead on climate change communications.
Poking fun at the non-newsiness of so many press releases announcing new whatevers, Post Carbon Institute seeks to gather some ink through a satirical headline.
Despite its not being ‘the end of the world,’ PBS’s ombudsman says a recent ‘NewsHour’ segment involving climate contrarian Anthony Watts is far from adequate journalistically …. Missteps dominated, he concludes.
A new survey of undecided voters shows their climate attitudes track more closely with those backing Obama rather than Romney … and a separate AP report says the weather/climate issue does, or should, matter to the public in this fall’s [...]
The science, the words, and the nuances of climate change come together in a refreshing musical presentation by a Washington state musician and producer and director of ‘Symphony of Science.’