Climate Change

Jan
13
Be Brave, Even as You Find Your Science Communication Voice

Be Brave, Even as You Find Your Science Communication Voice

Sarah Myhre and Tessa Hill, two scientists who study the ocean and climate, published an interesting and, at times, challenging
2 min read
Jan
10
Transparency and Protecting Scientists from Harassment Both Serve the Public Interest

Transparency and Protecting Scientists from Harassment Both Serve the Public Interest

What you’re getting into: 1200 words, a 4 to 6 minute read. Paul Thacker argues in the New York
5 min read
Jan
09

New Report: Academic Engagement in Public and Political Discourse

I finally caught up on my reading over the holidays and was pleased to examine a rich presentation of views
1 min read
Jan
08
American Geophysical Union Has Been Leading the Way on Science Communication

American Geophysical Union Has Been Leading the Way on Science Communication

John Abraham has a nice writeup in the Guardian about the American Geophysical Union’s science communication work. The organization’
2 min read
Nov
11
Scientists and Journalists Aren’t on the Same Side, But They’re Often Heading in the Same Direction

Scientists and Journalists Aren’t on the Same Side, But They’re Often Heading in the Same Direction

What you’re getting into: about 3500 words, a 12–18 minute read Scientists often assume that journalists are on
15 min read
Apr
07
Dear humans: Industry is causing climate change, not your activities

Dear humans: Industry is causing climate change, not your activities

When we say global warming is caused by “human activities,” we miss the fact that a few of us are much more responsible than all of us.
7 min read