CCNF ceased operations in February 2016, and this website is no longer active. Thank you to all the contributors that made the Forum a success. We had a good run! -MAQ

AGU BLOGOSPHERE / THE BRIDGE: “New Website Wants to Encourage Public Discussion of Climate Change by Scientists” 11/12/2013

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AGU BLOGOSPHERE / THE BRIDGE: “New Website Wants to Encourage Public Discussion of Climate Change by Scientists” 11/12/2013

“New Website Wants to Encourage Public Discussion of Climate Change by Scientists” by Meg Gilley, November 12, 2013 [click on link here to view full article on THE FRONT PAGE] What are your thoughts on the new Climate Change National Forum and Review (CCNFR)? According to the website’s founders, the forum […]

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THE FRONT PAGE (blog of the American Meteorological Society): “Share Ideas on Climate, Influence Policy Options” 10/15/2013

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Click on image to view article on the American Meteorological Society's blog, THE FRONT PAGE.

“Share Ideas on Climate, Influence Policy Options,” October 15, 2013 [click on link here to view full article on THE FRONT PAGE] The Front Page received the following note from John Nielsen-Gammon, Regents Professor of Atmospheric Sciences, Texas A&M University; Texas State Climatologist; and a Fellow of AMS: A Message To Fellow Physical […]

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Inspirations for the CCNF Project by Michael Quirke

September 13, 2013 7:37 pm0 comments
Inspirations for the CCNF Project by Michael Quirke

Hi, my name is Michael Quirke. I created the first version of this blog, forum, and fact checker website with the help of Austin-based programmer Mario Champion in 2010. It will continue to be enhanced as we grow our future blogging community of scientists and get this national dialogue started. […]

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TOP 10 REASONS Why Scientists Should Join this Forum and Use this Platform (BuzzFeed-style) by Michael Quirke

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TOP 10 REASONS Why Scientists Should Join this Forum and Use this Platform (BuzzFeed-style) by Michael Quirke

#1 Individual blog pages for columnists A columnist’s individual blog page features all of the columnist’s posts and can act as the columnist’s own personal blog. We’ve already done all the hard work. #2 Separate comment threads for the science columnists and the general public Anyone who has ever participated […]

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WELCOME TO ClimateChangeNationalForum.org, an expert-crowdsourcing “National Forum” on climate change

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WELCOME TO ClimateChangeNationalForum.org, an expert-crowdsourcing “National Forum” on climate change

This fact checker, blog, and forum website will first be used by scientists to discuss the latest research on climate change, share and debate ideas on aspects of climate change relevant to policy making, and collectively fact check claims being made in the media. In the second phase of this expert-crowdsourcing journalism project, subject […]

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Gov. Rick Perry: “Weekly or even daily scientists are coming forward to question the idea that human activity is behind climate change… The science is not settled on this.” [For fact checking & general commentary]

August 12, 2013 12:29 pm0 comments
Gov. Rick Perry: “Weekly or even daily scientists are coming forward to question the idea that human activity is behind climate change… The science is not settled on this.” [For fact checking & general commentary]

POSTED FOR COMMENTARY BY THE CCNF SCIENTIST COMMUNITY: So… 1. Is the science settled or not? 2. Are scientists coming forward to question the AGW theory daily or weekly? Source: “The Republican’s Candidates Debate,” 2011, POLITICO.    

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