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Max Boykoff's Talk on 'Who Speaks for the Climate?' aired on KGNU
In March 2012, Max Boykoff was on KGNU's Booktalk program speaking about his 2011 book Who Speaks for Climate? Making Sense of Media Reporting on Climate Change. Listen online.
In April 2012, Max Boykoff spoke at Rachel Carson Center for Environment and Society's workshop on Eco-Images: Altering Environmental Discussions and Political Landscapes. Max gave a talk on "Visualizing Climate Change: International Perspectives on Adaptation and Mitigation". Read more ...
In April 2012, Roger Pielke, Jr. spoke at the Berlin-Brandenburg Academy of Sciences and Humanities on "Lessons from 50 Years of Science Advice to the US President". Read more ...
In March 2012, Lisa Dilling participated in the Planet Under Pressure Conference in London. She presented a poster on "Climate Adaptation Barriers and Opportunities in the United States: A Focus on Policy and Decision Making at the Sub-National Scale". Read more ...
In February 2012, Roger Pielke, Jr. gave a talk at the The Lowy Institute for International Policy in Sydney, Australia on "Scientists in Policy and Politics". Watch video interview.
In February 2012, Roger Pielke also gave a talk at the Australian National University on his book The Climate Fix: What Scientists and Politicians Won't Tell You About Global Warming. See video below.
In January 2012, Benjamin Hale was an invited speaker at the launch of CILE, the Center for Islamic Legislation and Ethics, in Doha, Qatar. Read more ...
In November 2011, Max Boykoff spoke to Sustainable Business Weekly about the ways in which media coverage shape our understanding of climate change. Listen now.
Who Speaks for the Climate?
Boykoff, M., 2012. Climate Change and the Media: The Climate Stories We Tell Ourselves. This Side of the Pond, Cambridge University Press Blog, April 2.
What Happened to “Climate Change” and “Global Warming”?
Boykoff, M., 2012. A Dangerous Shift in Obama’s ‘Climate Change’ Rhetoric. Washington Post, January 27.
Federal Land Managers Grapple with How to Respond to Climate Change
Ellenwood, M.S., L. Dilling, and J.B. Milford, 2012. Managing United States Public Lands in Response to Climate Change: A View From the Ground Up. Environmental Management, doi: 10.1007/s00267-012-9829-2.
The Future of Nuclear Power
Hale, B., 2011. Fukushima Daiichi, Normal Accidents, and Moral Responsibility: Ethical Questions About Nuclear Energy. Ethics, Policy & Environment, Vol. 14, No. 3, December 9.
A More Integrated View of How to Prepare for Extreme Events as the Climate Changes
Morss, R.E., O.V. Wilhelmi, G.A. Meehl, and L. Dilling, 2011. Improving Societal Outcomes of Extreme Weather in a Changing Climate: An Integrated Perspective. Annual Review of Environment and Resources, Vol. 36, pp. 1-25.
Learning from Failure is Necessary for Success
Pielke, Jr., R. A., 2011. Innovation Policy Lessons of the Vasa. Bridges, Vol. 32, December.
Analyzing the Toll Tornadoes Impose on U.S. Today
Simmons, K., D. Sutter, and R.A. Pielke, Jr., 2012. Blown Away: Monetary and Human Impacts of the 2011 U.S. Tornadoes. Extreme events and insurance: 2011 annus horribilis (Edited by C. Courbage and W.R. Stahel) The Geneva Reports: Risk and Insurance Research, March.
NEW VIDEO: AUSTRALIAN NATIONAL UNIVERSITY LECTURE BY ROGER PIELKE, JR.
Roger Pielke, Jr. gives this lecture (See video) entitled 'The Climate Fix' at The Australian National University on February 2, 2012. This talk was presented by the HC Coombs Policy Forum.
To see an archive of past briefings, click here.