Ogmius Newsletter

Current Edition

  • No 45, Fall 2016
    2017 Radford Byerly, Jr. Award in Science and Technology Policy
    Prometheus, Past and Present
    Prometheus 2.0 and Our Common Future
    How Do Science and Technology Affect Policymaking? How Does Policymaking Affect Science and Technology?

Previous Editions

 

  • No 44, Summer 2016
    “Social-Impact Network” For Wildfire Adaptation by Dan Zietlow
    Environmental Rights and Adaption to Climate Change by Dan Zietlow
  • No 43, Spring 2016
    CSTPR Welcomes Max Boykoff as Director by Dan Zietlow
    Research Highlight: Climate Change in an Amazon Town by Sam Schramski
  • No 42, Fall 2015
    Beyond the Chief Scientific Adviser by Dr. Jan Marco Müller
    Research Highlight: Individual Drivers for Environmental Engagement by Gesa Luedecke
  • No 41, Summer 2015
    The Postmodern Prometheus by Dr. Jack Stilgoe
    Research Highlight: Research on Emissions, Air Quality, Climate, and Cooking Technologies in Northern Ghana by Katie Dickinson
  • No 40, Spring 2015
    Ogmius Exchange: The Project Issue
  • No 39, Fall 2014
    Ogmius Exchange: Red Cross/Red Crescent Climate Centre Internship Program
    Research Highlight: Is Climate Journalism Becoming More Cautious? Maybe So
  • No 38, Spring 2014
    Ogmius Exchange: STePPS: Science, Technology, Policy and Politics of Sport by Roger Pielke, Jr.
    Research Highlight: The Dynamics Of Vulnerability - Rethinking Our Approach to Drought in the Face of Climate Change
    by Dan Zietlow
  • No 37, Winter 2013/2014
    Ogmius Exchange: September 2013 Floods In Colorado’s Front Range by Nolan Doesken and Klaus Wolter
    Research Highlight: Fire And Flood - Understanding How People, Governments, And Specific Communities Respond To Extreme Events by Deserai Anderson Crow
  • No 36, Fall 2013
    Interview with Roger Pielke, Jr
    Research Highlight: Red Cross/Red Crescent Climate Centre Internship Program
  • No 35, Spring 2013
    Power Politics: The political ecology of wind farm opposition in Wyoming
    by Shawn Olson
  • No 34, Fall 2012
    International Conference on Culture, Politics & Climate Change by Deserai Crow
    Research Highlight: The Normative Dimensions of Climate Change by Benjamin Hale
  • No 33, Summer 2012
    10th Anniversary Issue
  • No 32, Winter 2012
    Freshwater Use by U.S. Power Plants: Initial Insights Into the Energy-Water Nexus by Kristen Averyt
    Research Highlight: Characterizing, Creating, and Governing Florida’s Hurricane Risk by Jessica Weinkle
  • No 31, Fall 2011
    Science For Climate Adaptation: Reflections from Behind the 8 Ball by Susanne C. Moser
    Research Highlight: Analyzing Expressed Stakeholders Needs in the Western Water Assessment Region by John Berggren and Lisa Dilling
  • No 30, Spring 2011
    Two Decades and Two Adaptation Panels: What Progress? by William R. Travis
    Research Highlight: Science Informing Policy? Understanding Drivers and Constraints to Improved Water Management in a Changing Climate by Christine Kirchhoff and Lisa DIlling
  • No 29, Winter 2011
    Snowmageddon Policy and Politics by William R. Travis
    Research Highlight: Media and Climate-Related Responsible Behavior
  • No 28, Summer 2010
    Rethinking Climate Policy by Roger Pielke, Jr.
    Research Highlight: Colorado Climate Preparedness Project
  • No 27, Spring 2010
    Reflections of a Former Graduate Student by Nat Logar
    Life After CSTPR by Shep Ryen
    Research Highlight: Science Policy for Decision Making
  • No 26, Fall 2009
    Emergency Use Only: Geo-engineering to Reduce Global Warming by William Travis
    Research Highlight Discursive Stability Meets Climate Instability: A Critical Exploration of the Concept of ‘Climate Stabilization’ in Contemporary Climate Policy by Max Boykoff
  • No 25, Summer 2009
    A Brief Report from a Workshop on Science Policy Research and Science Policy Decisions by Roger Pielke, Jr.
    Research Highlight "Climate Change Metrics and Their Uncertainty" by Ursula Rick
  • No 24, Winter/Spring 2009
    Air capture: The latest distraction? by Paul Komor
  • No 23, Fall 2008
    An Interview with the New CSTPR Director, Bill Travis
  • No 22, Summer 2008
    A caution to policy makers: Climate models fail key tests for accuracy by Tom Chase
    responses by Kevin Trenberth, Mike Hulme and Roger Pielke, Jr.
  • No 21, Winter 2008
    Something to Talk About: Rethinking Communication and Climate Change by lisa Dilling
    Research Highlight "The Ecology of Organizations in Greater Yellowstone" by David Cherney
  • No 20, Fall 2007
    Mother Gruesome’s Nursery by Benjamin Hale
    Research Highlight "The Influence of Climate Change on the Functioning of Water Rights"
  • No 19, Summer 2007
    Can a concept (World Heritage Status) Save a Sea (the Aral Sea)? by Mickey Glantz
    Research hHghlight "Research for benefit in federally funded mission agencies" by Nat Logar
  • No 18, Winter/Spring 2007
    Apocalypse Soon: Climate Change, the End of Oil, and the Perils of limiting Choices by Frank Laird
    Research Highlight "Massachusetts v. EPA: Who Should Run the Greenhouse?" by Marilyn Averill
  • No 17, Fall/Winter 2006
    Arbitrary Impacts and Unknown Futures: The shortcomings of climate impact models by Ryan Meyer
    Research Highlight "The Challenges Facing Homeland Security S&T" by Shali Mohleji
  • No 16, Summer/Fall 2006
    Transitions by Kevin Vranes
    Research Highlight, "Co-producing useful information for climate policy: Informing science policy research for improved decision-support" by Elizabeth McNie
  • No 15, Spring 2006
    Reproductive medicine, politics and religion in Italy: Reflections on the 2005 referendum by Gilberto Corbellini
    Visiting Scientist Perspective by Melanie Roberts
  • No 14, Winter 2006
    Science Policy: The year ahead
    By David Goldston
  • No 13, Fall 2005
    Katrina, Acts of God, and Acts of People
    Roger Kennedy
  • No 12, July 2005
    Science Policy:  The Victim of Partisan Politics
    By Robert Palmer
  • No 11, April 2005
    Of Mice and Men: The Endangered Species Act and Preble’s Meadow Jumping Mouse
    By Anne Ruggles
  • No 10, January 2005
    Science, Genetically Modified Foods, and the Rumsfeld Doctrine
    By Michael Rodemeyer
  • Number 9, September 2004
    Addressing the Under-representation of Women in the Sciences
    By Patricia Rankin
  • Number 8, May 2004
    The Cherry Pick
    By Roger Pielke, Jr.
  • Number 7, January 2004
    Governmental Responses to Cybersecurity Breaches
    By Phil Weiser and Douglas C. Sicker
  • Number 6, October 2003
    Good for the Goose
    By Roger A. Pielke, Jr.
    Response to Clark and Pulwarty’s “Devising Resilient Responses to Potential Climate Change Impacts”
    By Suraje Dessai
  • Number 5, May 2003
    Devising Resilient Responses to Potential Climate Change Impacts
    By Martyn Clark and Roger Pulwarty
    With response by Rob Wilby
  • Number 4, January 2003
    Humanities for Policy—and a Policy for the Humanities
    By Robert Frodeman and Carl Mitcham
    With response by Malcolm Richardson
  • Number 3, October 2002
    Thoughts on Catastrophic Terrorism in America by Lewis M. Branscomb with response by Eugene Skolnikoff
  • Number 2, May 2002
    The Data Quality Act: A New Tool for Ensuring Clarity at the Interface of Science and Policymaking by Jim J. Tozzi with response by Chuck Herrick.
  • Number 1, January 2002
    Comments on Improving Science and Technology Advice for Congress by Radford Byerly with response by M. Granger Morgan.