Category Archives: Climate communication

“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

Posted in Academic/research, Climate communication, Reports, Resources | Leave a comment

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

Posted in Articles, blog, Carbon Tax, Climate communication, Economics, Public opinion | 1 Comment

Externalities (the musical)

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

Posted in Climate communication, Lobbying and Politics, Rap | 3 Comments

“Support for carbon pricing is surging”

Bruce Hagen says in green tech media January, 2016, and it’s time for the solar and renewable energy lobby to get involved in carbon pricing policy.  Why?  One, because “carbon pricing is critical” to decarbonizing global energy in the next one-half century, … Continue reading

Posted in Carbon Tax, Climate communication, Sustainable energy technologies | Leave a comment

Wasting time arguing

WBUR blog  In this WBUR NPR News Station blog, Wade Rouch, a research associate at MIT’s Program in Science, Technology, and Society, points out that by framing the impasse on slowing carbon emissions as “science wars”, we are not having the … Continue reading

Posted in Climate communication, Press, Public opinion | Leave a comment

Dialogue across differences in Montana

  For 25 years, the Public Conversations Project in Boston has offered “a unique approach to dialogue that promotes connection and curiosity among those who saw one another as enemy.”  The Public Conversations Project helps people feel understood and better understand others, … Continue reading

Posted in Billings, Climate communication, Montana | Leave a comment