- The “Youth v Gov” Climate Change Lawsuit: An Update and Some Insightful Perspectives
- After a 19-Month Vacancy, White House Taps an Academic Meteorologist to Head the OSTP
- Taking Stock of Climate Change Impacts: How Many Puerto Rican Lives Did Hurricane Maria Take?
- As Fossil Fuels Melt the Planet, Could Climate Change Cause a Nuclear Meltdown?
- As the Trump Administration Tries to Tamp Down Climate Change, We are Rising Up to Meet the Challenge
- Assessments of Climate Impacts and Adaptation
- Attacks on Climate Science and Scientists
- Climate Change Education and Communication
- Climate Change Mitigation
- Climate Change Preparedness
- Climate Litigation
- Climate Science Censorship
- Climate Science Watch
- Climate Science Watch Update
- Congress: Legislation and Oversight
- Global Climate Disruption and Impacts
- Global Warming Denial Machine
- International Climate Policy
- National Security
- Obama Administration
- Obama Climate Plan
- Politicization of Climate Science
- Science Communication
- Science-Policy Interaction
- Scientific Integrity
- U.S. Global Change Research Program
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Category Archives: Climate Science Watch Update
We provide here a listing of notable blog posts, articles and other statements about Rick Piltz published since 18 October 2014. We will update this list regularly, so check back. Material is listed in reverse chronological order. If you wish … Continue reading
The founder and director of Climate Science Watch, Rick Piltz, passed at 2:46 a.m. on Saturday, 18 October 2014. In the spring of 2005, Rick resigned from his position with the Coordination Office of the U.S. Global Change Research Program to protest … Continue reading
A few highlights from our weekend reading: Supertyphoon Haiyan and Superstorm Sandy “would not have been as severe in a world without warming,” writes Michael Mann, in calling for action on climate change. “The bottom line is this: climate change makes … Continue reading
Updates on some areas of interest: Earthbeat radio interview on White House scientific integrity guidelines; Hot author Hertsgaard on climate preparedness: “Why Seattle will stay dry when your city floods;” Radical right bankroller Koch brothers and their unregulated 300-million-ton carbon … Continue reading
Updating a few items on issues we’ve been tracking and writing about: EPA takes a step in the right direction on mountaintop removal coal mining; Cuccinelli’s radical right-wing star keeps rising at Virginia tea party convention; Chris Mooney on communicating … Continue reading
A brief update on research findings and events we’re keeping track of this week.
A brief update on climate science news, legislation, and media resources.
Notes on climate and energy legislation, climate science, media, and a briefing on NOAA’s 2009 State of the Climate report. A brief update on what we’re keeping track of and writing about this week.
State of the Climate 2009 report; Netroots Nation 2010; ‘Mainstreaming’ federal climate change adaptation
Policy-focused reconstruction financing to rebuild the country; NY Times: Putting “the manufactured controversy known as Climategate behind us”; NASA: first half of 2010 set global temperature record; Giant ice sculpture to be unveiled outside U.S. Senate July 15; U.S. Climate … Continue reading