Category Archives: Communication

NYTimes & Zika: a brief case study on climate change hype

By David Wojick

The folks who make their living by hyping the supposed threat of runaway global warming use a lot of scary language in the process. Here the ever creative New York Times has set what may be a new standard in scary climate change hype, by tying it to the Zika outbreak.

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State of the blog discussion thread

by Judith Curry

Time to reflect on the blog.

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New presentation: Society of Petroleum Engineers

by Judith Curry

Climate Change Science: Fact, Fiction & the Unsettled

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Science into agitprop: “Climate Change is Strangling Our Oceans”

by Larry Kummer, from the Fabius Maximus website

The public policy debate about climate science shows the dysfunctional nature of the US media. Here’s another example of how propaganda has contaminated the news reporting of this vital subject, looking at stories about a new study of our oceans.

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Climate Hustle

by Judith Curry

Are they trying to control the climate . . . or you?

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Controversy over comparing models with observations

by Judith Curry

My draft talk elicited an interesting conversation on twitter, that deserves some wider discussion.

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(Mis) communicating science in public controversies

by Judith Curry

Bringing uncertainty to the public debate or putting the credibility of climate science at risk matters less to them than interest groups misusing or the public misinterpreting their results. – Senja Post

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