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Journalist Eric Pooley’s January 2009 Shorenstein Center critique and analysis of press coverage of climate change policy issues has generated substantial attention and on-going “buzz” in climate journalism circles. After publishing freelance writer John Wihbey’s February 17 article and analysis [...]
A March 2009 Gallup Poll survey points to “the highest level of public skepticism about mainstream reporting on global warming seen in more than a decade” of Gallup polling on the issue.
Veteran and highly regarded Washington, D.C., meteorologist Bob Ryan has posted online an extensive six-part discussion of climate change and human contributions to those changes, issues he says he long had avoided because of “the many political, emotional, and even [...]
“Chilling” is a term used with a very special meaning among journalists, as in the chilling, or suppressing, of information. On a day when the Seattle Post-Intelligencer published its last print edition, and within just weeks of the demise of [...]
A number of leading environmental organizations worldwide are hoping that a one-hour “lights-out” blackout on Saturday, March 28, will trigger lots of new efforts to manage climate change. Is your city among the roughly 1,200 across 80 countries planning to [...]
The “formidable” walls of the ivory tower and the scientific fraternity generally need to better support scientists’ “rightful role in our society” as communicators with and enlighteners for the public on science-related policy issues. That’s a basic message of Woods [...]
Rajendra Pachauri, since 2002 the chair of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, was named by Yale University President Richard C. Levin to head a new Yale Climate and Energy Institute, YCEI.