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 […]
CCNF in the Press
Journalist’s note: This is CCNF’s latest press release. I am republishing here a little after-the-fact....
CLIMATE ABYSS on CHRON.COM: “Introducing the Climate Change National Forum” by Dr. John Nielsen-Gammon, 01/09/2014
“Introducing the Climate Change National Forum” by Dr. John Nielsen-Gammon, January 9, 2014 [click on link...
ClimateChangeNationalForum.org is bringing together scientists at the forefront of climate change research to share...
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 […]Read more ›
THE FRONT PAGE (blog of the American Meteorological Society): “Share Ideas on Climate, Influence Policy Options” 10/15/2013
“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 […]Read more ›