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Psycho

Climate Change Outreach: Sensible and Logical

By | Psycho

(Author’s note: Although this report focuses on the 18 to 25 year age bracket, these things appear to include communications techniques that are ageless.) From the Grantham Research Institute on Climate Change and the Environment at the London School of Economics and Political Science we…

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Calling all earthlings: Climate change communications may as well be from aliens, by Bruce Melton

By | communications, in-depth and Popular Press, Messaging, Psycho, Solutions

Relative to most of the 20th century, Austin’s January highs and lows were not 2.9 and 1.4 degrees above normal, but 9.9 and 10.4 degrees above normal! (First published on The Rag Blog, April 25, 2013. http://theragblog.blogspot.com/2013/04/bruce-melton-calling-all-earthlings.html ) AUSTIN — Average temperatures have risen rapidly…

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Climate Change Cues: Politics and Economics

By | Psycho

In a paper in Climatic Change, Researchers from Drexler University, the University of Montreal and Ohio State have found that politics and economics (unemployment) are the most important things that shape our thoughts about climate change. When the economy is tight and or when our…

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Thanks to the Radical Climate Skeptics

By | Psycho

The latest Pew Center poll shows an extraordinary change in public understanding.  It’s like two decades of climate science has been flushed down the toilet.  All of a sudden, 14% of Americans have decided that what they understood last spring is now hooey. Those in…

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