Category Archives: Communication

JC interview on science communications

by Judith Curry

A new series on Climate Change Communications: Taking the Temperature.

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JC interview with oilprice.com

by Judith Curry

As the global warming debate increases in its intensity we find both sides deeply entrenched, hurling accusations and lies at one another in an attempt to gain the upper hand. This divide within the scientific community has left the public wondering who can be trusted to provide them with accurate information and answers. – James Stafford

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Engagement vs communication vs PR vs propaganda

by Judith Curry

So, exactly what are we trying to communicate, and how and why?

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Kardashian Index

by Judith Curry

I am concerned that phenomena similar to that of Kim Kardashian may also exist in the scientific community. I think it is possible that there are individuals who are famous for being famous.  - Neil Hall

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Communicating climate science reconsidered

by Judith Curry

Some thoughts on the UCL Policy Commission on Communicating Climate Science Report:  Time for Change?

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Steven Hayward: Conservatism and Climate Science

by Judith Curry

Liberals and environmentalists would do well to take on board the categorical imperative of climate policy from a conservative point of view, namely, that whatever policies are developed, they must be compatible with individual liberty and democratic institutions, and cannot rely on coercive or unaccountable bureaucratic administration. –  Steven Hayward

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‘Global warming’ versus ‘climate change’

By Judith Curry

We found that the term “global warming” is associated with greater public understanding, emotional engagement, and support for personal and national action than the term “climate change.” 

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