Summary: In their desperate race for survival in a world with too many journalists, they've given a warm reception to all kinds of doomsters. Events this week suggest that at least some journalists have realized that they have no competitive advantage at clickbait, but that there will always be a market for good journalism -- … Continue reading News! Journalists doing their job, critically reporting on rising seas & the bee-pocalypse.
Summary: Today we have yet another example of climate science reported like game of telephone, with the last and least accurate version being the most sensational and getting the most attention. It need not be like this. Finding accurate reporting of the source material takes only a little work and rewards us with more reliable … Continue reading A massive melting problem in Antarctica!
Summary: The press reports often and in detail about climate and climate science, with two exceptions. They tend to hide from the public the exciting progress in understanding climate (they stick to the myth that "the science is settled"). Equally sad, they ignore the (too rare) good news about climate and the environment. Many posts … Continue reading Good news: rising seas might not cover these Pacific islands
Summary: The climate always changes, with or without our intervention. The political struggle over climate-related public policy has left much of America not only vulnerable to anthropogenic extreme climate change, but also to normal climate variations. Another in our series about how America sees the world, and prepares for change. "We don't even plan for … Continue reading Have we prepared for normal climate change and non-extreme weather?