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Start saying everything is related to #climate change. Just start it.

January 1st, 2016 · 3 Comments

Simply put, amid weather extremes occurring within a climate change(d) world, too many are not connecting the dots as to the relationship between climate change and the hottest year on record/North Pole warmth/Mississippi flooding/flowers in a DC garden on New Year’s day/…. This is a repost of a 2011 piece (that has a rich 290 comment discusion […]

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Tags: climate disruption · Global Warming · journalism · media · weather

Shhh … when it comes to #weather/#climate links, nothing to be seen here (@WashingtonPost edition)

December 27th, 2015 · 4 Comments

Shhh … there is nothing to be seen here. Even with perhaps the nation’s top political cartoonist on climate change, Tom Toles, and the excellent climate/energy/science reporting of the likes of Chris Mooney, article after article in The Washington Post discussing ‘weird weather’ in the DC area and elsewhere goes with nary a mention of […]

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Tags: climate change · environmental · journalism · media · Washington Post · weather

“the climate has shifted to a new state” …

February 6th, 2012 · 2 Comments

  Barath provides a guest post building on Jeff Masters’ observation about our extreme weather disruption likely providing tangible demonstration of human impacts on the climate system. The media is talking about the weird weather we’ve been having, but they tend to ignore the elephant in the room.  Take this story from NPR: News cameras […]

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Tags: climate change · weather

Climate Change Goes Away

January 12th, 2012 · 1 Comment


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Tags: catastrophic climate change · climate change · Global Warming · guest post · journalism · media · weather

Global Warming did not cause the tornados! Did it? (revisited)

April 26th, 2011 · 1 Comment

First, let me express my sympathy for all those caught in the devastating path of tornadoes. To be caught in such devastating power of nature, recourse totally beyond one’s ability for action, is beyond my emotional imagination. I can only begin to imagine the pain for the families of the dead and for those whose […]

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Tags: climate change · Global Warming · weather