PROMISES AND PARADOXES OF SCIENTIFIC AUTHORITY
by Roger Pielke, Jr.
Max Boykoff Highlighted in CU Connections on Climate Change and the Media
When Hurricane Mitch stuck Honduras in 1998, Max Boykoff was a member of the Peace Corps, working with farmers on crop diversification and integrated pest management practices. The Category 5 event left thousands of people dead and millions homeless. Read more ...
New Book Release: Successful Adaptation to Climate Change
This edited volume by Susanne Moser and Maxwell Boykoff makes significant progress toward unpacking the question of successful adaptation, offering both scientifically informed and practice-relevant answers from various sectors and regions of the world. It brings together 18 chapters from leading experts within the field to present careful analyses of different cases and situations, questioning throughout commonly avowed truisms and unspoken assumptions that have pervaded climate adaptation science and practice to date. CSTPR contributors include Kanmani Venkateswaran, Adam Hermans, Alex Lee, Ben Hale, Lisa Dilling, and Aditya Ghosh. Read more ...
CSTPR Researchers Contribute to Analysis of Southwest’s Climate Future
In an era of increasing climate instability, the southwestern United States faces strained water resources, greater prevalence of tree-killing pests, and potentially significant alterations of agricultural infrastructure. These threats and challenges as well as others are detailed in the new book, “Assessment of Climate Change in the Southwest United States.” Read more ...
No. 35 Spring 2013
- Public Enemy No. 1? Understanding Media Representations of Outlier - Climate Change
- On the Use of Imagery for Climate Change Engagement
Deserai Anderson Crow
- Local Science Reporting Relies on Generalists, Not Specialists
- Policy Diffusion and Innovation: Media and Experts in Colorado Recreational Water Rights
- Managing Carbon in a Multiple Use World: Implications of Land-Use Decision Context
- Climate Change and Western Public Lands: Survey of US Federal Land Managers
- The Veil of Opulence
- The World That Would Have Been: Moral Hazard Arguments Against Geoengineering
- Getting the Bad Out: Remediation Tech.
Roger Pielke, Jr.
- Why Monbiot's Attack on Walport Misses
- No, Europe's ETS Definitely Doesn't Work
- Learning to Live With Fossil Fuels
- Transformational Adaptation-Incremental Adaptations to Climate Change Are Insufficient
- A Future of Mass Evacuations
- Adaptation to Climate Change in Public Lands Management
No. 25 December 2012