Houston, Texas (CCNF) July 11, 2015 — Already a trusted source for citizens and educators wanting to hear what real climate scientists have to say about climate change, CCNF has now opened up its online forum to an ongoing discussion on values and begun hosting a bipartisan debate on climate policy […]
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[Note: This is an interview of Michael Quirke by CCNF guest journalist Heather L. Cohen, originally taped at Earth Day...
CCNF’s leadership and staff recently spent an entire week attending the American Geophysical Union’s Fall Meeting...
It was a great honor for Dr. John Nielsen-Gammon to present on CCNF in the oral session on ‘Climate Literacy:...
#1 Highlight: Watching science happen in a poster hall Checking out a poster hall during a period of peak activity was by far the absolute coolest experience during my time at the AGU Fall Meeting (AGU14). One walks into a giant hall filled with rows upon rows of posters, and each poster features […]Read more ›
David and I were posted at our booth and ready to rock when Monday evening’s “Ice Breaker” kicked off and the exhibit hall opened up for the first time at the recent American Geophysical Union’s annual Fall Meeting for 2014 (AGU14). Accomplishing this while keeping within CCNF’s modest budget of the week meant spending the better part […]Read more ›
We’ve built it, but will they fund? Need sponsors for scientifically grounded ‘Grand Debate’ on national climate policy
The first phase for this journalism experiment was fairly simple: Customize the website I had created for the issue of climate change in accordance with the board’s guidance; issue a national call to the Fellows and scientist-members of the American Meteorological Society, American Geophysical Union, and American Institute of Physics to participate in an open Socratic […]Read more ›
On the third day of the AGU Fall Meeting in San Francisco – December 17, 2014 – CCNF’s voting-members gathered together (some virtually) at an apartment a few blocks away from the Moscone Center and conducted CCNF’s annual Members’ Meeting for 2014 and elected a new board for 2015! Here’s a quick introduction to the new leadership […]Read more ›
The goals of Climate Change National Forum are to detribalize the issue of climate change; advance climate literacy across the American public, especially among the misinformed and uninformed; and serve as a neutral platform for an unprecedented and enduring bi-partisan national dialogue on what can or should be done as a nation — one […]Read more ›
The U.S. and China have reached a landmark agreement to significantly reduce greenhouse-gas emissions in the coming decades. The deal was announced last week by President Barack Obama and Chinese President Xi Jinping at a joint press conference in Beijing after months of secret negotiations between the two administrations. The U.S. and China are the world’s two largest […]Read more ›