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    neven1.typepad.com Arctic Sea Ice

    --- Peter Sinclair also has a new video out for the Yale Forum on Climate Change & the Media , with more of those hard-working people discussing the implications of Greenland and Antarctic ice sheet instability for sea level rise: ----- Another month has passed and so here is the updated Arctic s... Read article

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    sierraactivist.org How The Arctic Death Spiral Fuels A ‘Wicked Backlash On Our Weather’ | SierraActivist

    Videographer Peter Sinclair has another excellent video for The Yale Forum on Climate Change & The Media featuring leading Arctic experts: One of the featured scientists is Dr. Jennifer Francisof Rutgers’ Institute of Marine and Coastal Sciences. We’ve featured discussion of Francis’s important w... Read article

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    shkrobius.livejournal.com Shkrobius: The curse

    The curse seems to stem from not reading sources carefully (or at all), which, ironically, was the IPCC Working Group II’s central failing, and also a major issue in the documents that were the basis of the defective paragraph. http://www.yaleclimatemediaforum.org/20 Post a new comment Copyright ... Read article

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    daily.sightline.org Weathermen and the Climate | Sightline Daily

    We are a community-supported resource and we can’t do this work without you! Comments July 31, 2009 at 11:53 am My sense from a casual conversation or two is that weathercasters tend to be global warming denialists. (Indeed, the article links to a story making this point, see http://www.yaleclima... Read article

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    dprogram.net Climate cleansing: Google to censor skeptics? | Dprogram.net

    On May 18, 2011, the Yale Forum on Climate Change bemoaned the fact that only 52 percent of the 980 web sites [returned by a Google search on climate change-related terms] “contained clear statements in line with the vast majority of peer-reviewed climate science evidence.” (See http://www.yalecl... Read article

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    yaleclimateconnections.org Celebrities, Climate and Showtime’s ‘Years of Living Dangerously’ | Yale Climate Connections

    If there is no discussion of strategy and what that implies for coordinated action, I think we will later wish we hadn’t overlooked it. Perhaps Yale Forum will be interested in this angle. Randy Olson invoked the question plainly, calling his presentation “Dude, Where’s My Climate Movement?” We n... Read article

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    wildwildweather.com Dan's Wild Wild Science Journal » Blog Archive » Yale Climate and Media Analysis of IPCC Glacier Mistake

    Yale Climate and Media Analysis of IPCC Glacier Mistake Huntsville, AL Weather Categories Read article

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    cejournal.net An excellent round-up of Climategate | CEJournal

    Recent Comments You can follow comments through the RSS 2.0 feed. Both comments and trackbacks are closed. Zeke Hausfather has written an excellent round-up of the CRU email controversy for the Yale Forum on Climate Change and the Media. Zeke Hausfather has written an excellent round-up of the C... Read article

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    climateshifts.org Four grader wins NSF science contest for a project proving AGW isn't real? | Climate Shifts

    See full coverage here on the excellent Yale Forum on Climate Change and the Media . Climate Shifts Leave a Reply Name Comment You may use these HTML tags and attributes: Archives More Thanks for dropping by! Feel free to join the discussion by leaving comments, and stay updated by subscribing t... Read article

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    init.planet3.org BlogRolling | Only In It For The Gold

    BlogRolling Written on October 27, 2007 by Michael Tobis in Uncategorized The topic of the Yale Forum site is supposed to be “climate change and the media” but there are some nice climate change as such articles showing up, too, especially ones by Zeke Hausfather. There’s a new player on the scen... Read article

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    yubanet.com Episcopalians Confronting Climate Change

    Life By: Lisa Palmer, Yale Climate Media Forum March 8, 2012 - In September 2011, the House of Bishops in the Episcopal Church, attending a meeting in Quito, Ecuador, sent a pastoral letter to Episcopal clergy worldwide expressing "mounting urgency" to address climate change within church members... Read article

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    blablablacontenidos.com BLABLABLACONTENIDOS.COM » Blog Archive » Open letter across the barricade

    Comparison of trends for the 1970 – 2000 and 1970 – 2010 periods also suggests that temperature increases over the last ten years probably have not declined. If anything they may have even increased (see Figure 3). This test was presented on the Yale Climate Media Forum – I realise it cannot be... Read article

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    talkingclimate.org Time to stop obsessing about scientific uncertainty? | Talking Climate

    So it is all the more intriguing that they write: “Perceptions about the exist­ence and extent of cli­mate change may vary less as a result of how cli­mate risks are com­mu­nic­ated, and more as a result of whether solu­tions are por­trayed as pos­sible … (F)or people to sup­port these policies i... Read article

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    staatvanhetklimaat.nl Likely range « De staat van het klimaat

    Annan agrees that the observational record points towards lower values for ECS and TCR. But nevertheless he comes up with slightly larger value for the best estimate than Lewis: The recent transient warming (combined with ocean heat uptake and our knowledge of climate forcings) points towards a “... Read article

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    easterbrook.ca On the relationship between earth system models and the labs that build them | Serendipity

    They are of course hard to get written and published. This has always been true. … Yes, but many software people have forgotten it. I see way too many comments along the lines of “at my company we do X, so if the climate scientists don’t, then their software must be rubbish”. The problem is also ... Read article

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