NPR, AP Correspondents: Useful Climate, Fracking Metaphors

The pursuit of the ‘perfect’ metaphor(s) for communicating on climate change continues, now aided by recent unrelated efforts by an NPR science correspondent and an AP Latin America reporter.

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What Ancient Civilizations Can Teach Us about Drought

It’s time we pay more attention to past episodes of ‘great warming.’

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Activist Environmental Communications

Helping the Cause … or Making Enemies?


Issue ads and messages from green groups largely seen as being outside of the mainstream differ greatly in terms of impacts they can have on the very message being addressed and, more broadly, on environmentalism and environmental groups generally.

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The Big Climate Stories of 2011

What was the big news and will it carry over into the New Year?

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Real People, Real Faces, Real Day-In/Day-Out Issues

Farmers’ Voices Too Often Missing In Climate Reporting, Journalists Advised

Scientist and agriculture writer Gary Paul Nabhan urges journalists to give farmers bigger voice in climate change reporting.

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My AGU Bucket List: A Personal Memoir of ‘The Community’

Skeptical Science’s John Cook, of Brisbane, Australia, recounts his first trip to North America … and to the fall meeting of the American Geophysical Union in San Francisco.

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The Debate Over Climate Communication Heats Up

What else, besides fear, might galvanize the nascent climate movement?

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