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

December 20, 2013 4:04 am0 comments
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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Letter to Fellow Physical Scientists by Dr. John Nielsen-Gammon

September 13, 2013 7:38 pm0 comments
Letter to Fellow Physical Scientists by Dr. John Nielsen-Gammon

I’m part of a new journalistic endeavor called the Climate Change National Forum (CCNF). The purpose of this web site is to provide a public forum wherein scientists can discuss the latest research on climate change and share and debate ideas on aspects of climate change especially relevant to policymaking. When the second […]

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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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