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The Power of ‘Three Concerned Citizens … With a Video Camera and a Computer’

A respected George Mason University climate change communications expert, Ed Maibach, is pointing to a do-it-yourself 10-minute video by two Environmental Protection Agency Region X (San Francisco) attorneys as “a wonderful example” of effective climate change communications.

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Santa Fe’s ‘Vision Shift!’ Art Exhibit Illustrates Growing Role of Arts Community

From ‘Vision Shift!’ site It’s another example of a growing trend in the arts community to “create meaningful social change,” as sponsors put it, on climate change. By the name “Vision Shift! Art in the Age of Climate Change,” the [...]

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NRDC’s ‘Acid Test’ Acidification Film Aired on Discovery, Available Online

Those missing the Discovery Channel’s “Planet Green” August airings of the Natural Resources Defense Council’s ocean acidification film can catch the 21-minute piece at acidtestmovie.com.

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AAAS Downtown D.C. Headquarters Offers Photojournalist, Author Timely and Key Venue

Photojournalist and writer Gary Braasch, and his author and filmmaker colleague Lynne Cherry, will see their climate change “message of urgency and action” placed in a strategic Washington, D.C., location and at a politically strategic time … from October 26 [...]

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Journalists, Reporters Achieving Professional Ambition: NOT Popular

Being popular is never a high priority among most successful journalists, the very nature of whose work often ends up costing them “friends.” So by that measure, perhaps, they are accomplishing at least that ambition very well indeed, notwithstanding all [...]

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Video from MSNBC ‘Morning Joe’ Offers Overview on Mooney’s ‘Unscientific America’

“Unscientific America” co-author Chris Mooney, fresh back from an overseas honeymoon and resuming his book tour before beginning a one-year stint as a Knight Fellow at MIT, made his case for a more scientifically literate citizenry in a four-minute, thirty-second [...]

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Pew, FAIR Surveys of Media Coverage, Sources: Public Distrust Climbs, Use of ‘Think Tanks’ Falls

Fewer than three in 10 Americans think news organizations “generally get the facts straight,” according to a new Pew Research survey. The survey finds public confidence in the accuracy of news stories at the lowest point in more than 20 [...]

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