Fri, 2006-08-04 09:35Richard Littlemore
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UK Communications Firm Advises on Climate Communication

The on-line Grist Magazine has found a really excellent guide to climate change communications here.
Fri, 2006-08-04 09:02Richard Littlemore
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Skeptical Inquirer Weighs In on Journalistic Imbalance

Look here for a piece by American University Communications Professor Matthew Nisbet and The Republican War on Science author Chris Mooney weighing in on the journalistic challenges of covering climate change.

The piece appears on the Skeptical Inquirer site, but we found it through a Grist post that adds an additional interesting comment to the whole piece.

Fri, 2006-08-04 08:39Richard Littlemore
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Leaked Memo Update: Electricity Producers Respond

For those of you who don't necessarily get back to the comments on older posts, it's worth checking here, for some electricity industry counterpoints on our coverage of a leaked memo from the Intermountain Rural Electric Association.

It is, frankly, nice to see American Electric Power trying to distance itself from the corporate disinformation strategy laid out in the IREA memo. It's a little harder to swallow the not-for-profit motives of the National Rural Electric Cooperative Association, but by all means, check out their comments and judge for yourself

Thu, 2006-08-03 16:12Jim Hoggan
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Milloy's National Post Spin is Textbook PR Manipulation

Pure junkThe column that Junk Scientist Steven J. Milloy wrote in the National Post Aug. 2, 2006 is a textbook example - a really reprehensible example - of the kind of PR spin that is perverting the global climate change conversation.

Milloy is rising in defence of General Motors, DaimlerChrysler Corp. and the Association of Automobile Manufacturers, all of whom are suing the State if California for trying to strengthen its emissions legislation. In its own defence, in a pretrial discovery motion, California had asked for information on how much these companies were paying a group of “scientists” who are the most outspoken climate change skeptics in the United States.

Thu, 2006-08-03 13:01Ross Gelbspan
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A Fickle Pat Robertson Finds Himself On the Road to Damascus

The Rev. Pat Robertson said he hasn't been a believer in global warming in the past, but this summer's record-breaking heat is “making a convert out of me.”  And only a week ago, he bashed godless environmentalists in a session with scorched-earth skeptic James Inhofe. Said Robertson about Inhofe:  “We appreciate him, and he chairs a vital committee on this matter, and I’m glad he’s standing for some very important principles.” 

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