- Gardeners Adapting to Changing Weather, Rain Patterns
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- Boston Bike Sharing
- Booming Business of Global Warming
- The Long Melt: The Lingering Influence of ‘The Day After Tomorrow’
- U.S.’s 1930s Dust Bowl Worst in a Millennium
- Planners Moving Beyond Historical Experiences Alone
- Food Waste to Fuel: Less Waste = Less Excess Warming?
- Annapolis Landmarks at Risk in Warming World
- For Climate Photos, Global Equals Local
Author Archives: Bud Ward
View larger image Coauthors Mooney and Kirshenbaum at a Washington, D.C., bookstore event. Scientific issues continue to play a larger and larger role in many important public policy issues. No news flash there. Neither is it news that public understanding [...]
Praise, scorn, and even some good-natured (?) ridicule are greeting a consulting firm’s advice to “climate solutions advocates” on how to better package their climate change messages.
In a 24/7 “breaking news” world, here’s a show stopper for those carrying the burden of informing their audiences about the climate change “fixes” now under consideration on Capitol Hill. Go. But go slowly, prudently, carefully. But don’t dawdle. By [...]
(*Editor’s Note: This piece was lightly edited on May 7 to reflect a correction in a quotation to the original Revkin article pointed out by a reader.) Veteran New York Times science writer Andy Revkin calls it “my worst misstep [...]
CHICAGO, IL. – Fifteen TV meteorologists and weathercasters from across five midwestern states gathered at The Field Museum April 18 for a full-day workshop on climate change science.
Somebody oughta invent the perfect storm of a public policy dilemma, confounding it with a really dastardly public education/communications challenge. No, really. They should.
With luck and the passage of time, the annals of climate change will neither note nor long remember (thank you, Abe Lincoln) the communications imbroglio that for some, and too many, characterized the last two weeks of February 2009. There [...]