“Good reasons for trusting climate science” (Goodwin & Dahlstrom) is now online at the AMS website; the talk itself plus slides should be up within a month. ABSTRACT: A recent analysis of poll results by the George Mason University Center for Climate Change Communication confirmed the expected: the controversy surrounding the CRU emails has resulted not … Continue reading Talk at the American Meteorological Society
Goodwin & Dahlstrom’s work on “Good reasons for trusting climate science communication” has been accepted for the upcoming AMS conference, with travel expenses funded by a joint National Science Foundation/National Communication Association program. See our abstract for full details.
Team member Jean Goodwin has been invited to lead a workshop on communication across the science/politics borderline at a summer institute for graduate students and new faculty organized by the Rhetoric Society of America. See the RSA website for full details.