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
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
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’
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.