Category Archives: Climate communication

Dr. Keeling’s Curve

George Shea published a video of his play (1 hour, 17 mins), Dr. Keeling’s Curve,  on YouTube in February 2017.   Based at the Scripps Institute of Oceanography, Dr. Keeling measured carbon dioxide levels around the earth, starting in 1958.  In … Continue reading

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“The Power of Change”

This 300 page book published September, 2016, by the National Academies Press (chartered by Congress) is the most up to date and credible analysis of the current status of technologies and policies supporting clean electric power technology. It can be downloaded for … Continue reading

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Pedaling for climate education

  This article by Mike Ferguson in Billings Gazette August 19, 2016 describes his interview with Dr. Lori Byron, a pediatrician from Montana who bicycled 2,000 miles with her brother, to the Arctic Circle, to raise funds for Citizens’ Climate Education . She returned … Continue reading

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Cross-Country Ride 2016

Planned:  Community conversation about climate solutions in Billings September 21, at 6:30pm at Good Earth Market.  Free appetizers! Overview: August 27 to November 12, 2016, Mindy Ahler and Ryan Hall are traveling over 4000 miles by bicycle across the United … Continue reading

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“Bringing values and deliberation to science communication”

Public participation is both invaluable and problematic in climate deliberations. This was discussed by Thomas Dietz in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences at a symposium in 2012 on “Bringing Science to Science Deliberation.” “Decisions always involve both facts and … Continue reading

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Reflexive Realism is what’s missing from the climate debate

Garrison Institute       reflexive cartoonp Jonathan Rowson is an “applied philosopher,” grandmaster chess player, and author of the forthcoming book  Seven Dimensions of Climate Change:  rethinking the world’s toughest problem, who writes about speaking at the recent forum in … Continue reading

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Externalities (the musical)

“Externalities (the musical)” Opening Act         “Carbon Fee and Dividend” How does the carbon fee, charged at the source                                       … Continue reading

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