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- First-Day Coverage of 2014 National Climate Assessment
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- David Victor: Views Examined on Climate Politics, Communications
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Category Archives: Policy
Regular contributor Bruce Lieberman’s 20-minute webinar probes the views of author and Professor David Victor on building public support for risk management actions.
With a focus on the United States and eight specific regions, the new comprehensive report offers insights on projected local and regional impacts.
California’s ground-breaking air quality efforts, long the trendsetter both nationally and globally, are viewed by local officials as likely to suffer serious setbacks in a warmer world.
Climate scientist Michael Mann and his former employer, the University of Virginia, win a ruling from the state’s Supreme Court supporting them while dissatisfying media interests who had filed a friend-of-the-court brief.
A devastating storm, a new call for action on climate change, and the decline of coal — these and other events highlight the year 2013 in climate change in the U.S., by the numbers.
Don’t let likely reports of inaction on Capitol Hill on climate issues fool or distract you: The coming year holds promise for a wide range of significant developments on climate change.
Scientists sometimes ‘have a special responsibility to engage on policy issues’ relevant to their science. But they need to proceed with care when they remove their scientist hats and speak instead as citizens. Reposted with permission of The Conversation.