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Category Archives: On the Net
Of the thousands and thousands of apps now available for various mobile devices, a manageable number stand out as excellent examples addressing climate change issues.
Tony Barnston, a climate scientist at Columbia University’s International Research Institute for Climate and Society, engages with the broad public through Reddit, a social news site. ‘I would like to do another,’ he says.
A new Web-based service seeks to convey images of scientists in the field … in effect, the making of climate science so seldom seen by those not personally involved in the effort.
Should climate scientists and climate communicators be tweeting? Can they afford not to?
Readily available research tools from Google and Yahoo! help paint a picture of peoples’ interests in climate change … or is it, ‘global warming’? … providing valuable insights for climate communicators.
Google and other search engine sites can lead to climate change riches … but not every search does. Researchers need to take a caveat emptor — buyer beware — approach and select their search terms with precision to avoid being [...]
A 3-D spinning globe on the new website TakePart tells a compelling story about the tremendous impacts of climate change. The graphic is part of an online feature explaining climate science. The globe, the centerpiece of the feature, can be [...]