- Exploring Stephen Nash’s ‘Virginia Climate Fever’
- Teens Learn About Climate Change
- Much Smaller Home…Much Lower Energy Bills
- Why This Scientist Stopped Denying Climate Change
- Bullish Outlook for On-Site Renewable Energy
- Sandhill Cranes Losing Habitat
- Understanding the Social Cost of Carbon — and Connecting It to Our Lives
- The Beetle and the White Bark Pine
- Religious Leaders Confronting Climate Change
- Philadelphia Eagles Flying High
Category Archives: News Notes
The University of Colorado’s Center for Environmental Journalism (CEJ) has launched a new blog addressing environmental journalism, under the leadership of CEJ Co-Director Tom Yulsman, who oversees the school’s Graduate Certificate in Environment, Policy and Society.
Yale Forum regular contributor Bill Dawson, a veteran journalist with extensive experience as a former Houston Chronicle environmental reporter, is sharpening his – and his Texas audience’s – focus on climate change with a newly launched Texas Climate News website.
Thinning newsroom staffs and vapor-thin travel budgets won’t support your travel to cover the December 1-12 talks in Poznan on planning for a post-Kyoto climate change protocol?
An American Meteorological Society (AMS) website offers journalists and others a wealth of in-depth resources resulting from an ongoing series of monthly Capitol Hill seminars that have become something of a staple for many in the inside-the-Beltway climate change community.
Those interested in climate change and behavioral change – or lack of behavioral change – will be interested in Time reporter Bryan Walsh’s recent blog posting entitled “What the Public Doesn’t Get About Climate Change.”
“It’s a long way from $700 billion ….” With that glib lead paragraph, the presumably still-employed Jenna Wortham reported in the November 24 New York Times that TypePad publisher Six Apart has started “its own economic bailout plan” for recently [...]
The National Environmental Education Foundation has posted online a series of 15 questions and answers designed to address what the group thinks are top questions on the minds of broadcast meteorologists when it comes to the issue of climate change.