Press

2018

  • Anon. (2018, Aug 2.). Republicans inch towards action on global warming. The Economist.
  • Callahan, M. (2018, June 19). Foundation funding helps keep journalism alive — But most money goes to a select few nonprofit media outlets. News @ Northeastern.
  • Lindsey, D. (2018, June 18). Foundation Support of Journalism Too Often Ignores News ‘Deserts’, Report Says. The Chronicle of Philanthropy. 
  • Schmidt, C. (2018, June 18). A look at how foundations are helping the journalism industry stand up straight. Nieman Reports.
  • Shellenberger, M. (2018, June 6). How Trump’s nuke bailout may help America meet Paris climate commitments. Forbes. 
  • Heyward, S. (2018, June 4). Climate change has run its course. The Wall Street Journal. 
  • Geman, B. (2018, May 22). Foundations wary of carbon capture and nukes in climate fight. Axios.
  • Pritzker, R. and Nordhaus, T. (2018, June 13). A bigger tent: Where foundations need to go next on climate change. Inside Philanthropy.
  • Johnson, N. (2018, May 23). We know what the Kochs want. What about major foundations? Grist.
  • Williams, T. (2018, May 27). Skewed Priorities? How philanthropy has shaped debates over climate Change. Inside Philanthropy.
  • Gunther, M. (2018, Feb. 13). Foundations are losing the fight against climate change. The Chronicle of Philanthropy.

2016

2015

  • Schiermeier, Q. & Tollefson, J. (2015, Oct. 6). South Korean Economist to Lead Global Warming Science Panel. Scientific American.
  • Schiermeier, Q. & Tollefson, J. (2015, Oct. 6). Four challenges facing newly elected climate chief. Nature magazine.
  • Watson, T. (2015, Sept. 17). Francis’ visit to highlight climate change issue. USA Today.
  • Revkin, A. (2015, Sept 16). A Deep Dive into What Exxon Knew About Global Warming and When (1978) it Knew It. Dot Earth Blog, The New York Times.com.
  • O’Connell, J. (2015, Aug. 13). Climate Change Forces Scientists to Speak Up. News @ Northeastern.
  • Martin, G. (2015, June 19). 3Qs: Pope’s encyclical ‘shifts the conversation’ on climate change. News @ Northeastern.
  • Estrada, E. (2015, May 8). The Art and Science of Science Communication. The Current @ UC Santa Barbara.

2014

  • Fahy, D. (2014, Nov 13). Hollywood’s Newest Hero Stereotype: The Scientist. The Washington Post.com.
  • Tong, S. (2014, Nov 7). Low gas prices exciting. Global warming boring. Marketplace: Public Radio International.
  • Tucker, D.R. (2014, Nov 7). Baker’s commitment to clean energy will be key. The Boston Globe.
  • Voosen, P. (2014, Nov 3). Seeking a Climate Change. Chronicle of Higher Education.
  • Horgan, J. (2014, Oct 5). Naomi “Merchants of Doubt” Oreskes Slams “Corrosive” Climate Change Skepticism. Scientific American.com.
  • McElwee, S. (2014, May 7). Why Evangelists and Environmentalists Should Join Forces. The Week.
  • Geiling, N. (2014, May 7). Why Doesn’t Anyone Know How to Talk about Global Warming? The Smithsonianmagazine.
  • McElwee, S. (2014, Apr 18). How to Tap Latent Conservative Support for Climate Change Policy. The Atlantic magazine online.
  • Journalist’s Resource (2014, Feb.). Public Opinion on Biomedical Research: The Interplay of Partisanship and Public Beliefs about Science. Shorenstein Center at Harvard University.
  • Revkin, A. (2014, Jan. 8). A Closer Look at Cold Snaps and Global Warming. Dot Earth blog, The New York Times.com.
  • The Kojo Nnamdi Show (2014, Jan. 8). Can Science Explain Extreme Weather? WAMU-NPR, Washington DC.
  • Schor, E. (2013, Dec. 13). The Education of an Unlikely Upstart with a “Weird” Name. Energy & Environment Daily.
  • Schor, E. (2013, Aug. 19). Are Climate Change Deniers the New “Birthers” in Obama’s Playbook? Greenwire.
  • Dembicki, G. (2013, Aug. 19). Is Bill McKibben Making the Climate Change Fight Harder? The Tyee.ca.
  • Subramanian, C. (2013, Aug. 8). Rebranding Climate Change as a Public Health Issue. Time.com.
  • Revkin, A. (2013, Aug. 1). Google’s Science Fellows Challenge the Company’s Fundraising for Senator Inhofe. Dot Earth blog, The New York Times.com.
  • Geman, B. (2013, July 6). Obama Channels His Inner Al Gore. The Hill newspaper.
  • Corner, A. (2013, April 23). Climate Change Isn’t Just about the Environment-It’s a Public Health Problem. The Guardian.
  • Mooney, C. (2013, April 17). How Science Can Predict Where You Stand on XL Keystone. Mother Jones Online.
  • Rosenstiel, T. (2013, April 15). Why We Need a Better Conversation About the Future of Journalism Education. Poynter.org.
  • Revkin, A. (2013, April 8). Climate Campaigners Try Flooding the Comment Zone. Dot Earth blog, The New York Times.com.
  • Brainard, C. (2013, March 28). Hela-cious Coverage: Media Overlook Ethical Angles of Henrietta Lacks Story. Columbia Journalism Review Online.
  • Petit, C. (2013, March 12). Matt Nisbet Leads a Tour of Knowledge Journalism. MIT Knight Science Journalism Tracker.
  • Kloor, K. (2013, March 9). Is Localism a Retro Fad or Blueprint for Sustainability? Collidiscape blog, Discover Magazine Online.
  • Ferris, D. (2013, March 12). How Super-Achieving Journalists Shape Our Thinking. Forbes Magazine Online.
  • Revkin, A. (2013, March 7). A Communications Scholar Analyzes Bill McKibben’s Path on Climate. Dot Earth blog, The New York Times.com.
  • Green. M. (2o12, Nov. 9). Is Washington Ready to Act on Climate Change? Newsweek / Daily Beast.
  • Revkin, A. (2012, Oct. 10). Is Online Communication An Asset or a Liability? Dot Earth blog, New York Times.com.
  • Svoboda, M. (2012, Oct. 4). Can Framing Overcome Political Scheming? Yale Forum on Media and Climate Change.
  • Revkin, A. (2012, Oct. 1). From Abstract to News Release to Story, a Tilt to the Front Page Thought. Dot Earth blog, New York Times.com.
  • Anon. (2012, Sept. 13). Child Rather than Polar Bear as Icon of Global Warming? Yale Forum on Media and Climate Change.
  • Harris, R. (2012, Sept. 10). When Heat Kills: Global Warming as Public Health Threat. NPR News “All Things Considered.”
  • Wihbey, J. (2012, Aug. 16). The List Goes on and On: Denier, Alarmist, Warmer, Confusionist, Believer. Yale Forum on Climate Change and the Media.
  • Anon. (2012, Aug. 16). Public Health, Rather than Environment, National Security? Yale Forum on Climate Change & the Media.
  • Anon. (2012, Aug. 30). Matthew Nisbet Q&A: Framing Public Health Issues. Robert Wood Johnson Foundation New Public Health Blog.
  • Anon. (2012, Aug. 14). Scholars’ Research Offers Insight Into Future Debate about Climate Change.  Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.
  • Revkin, A. (2012, Aug. 14). Should Candidates Talk about Climate Change? Dot Earth blog, New York Times.com.
  • Gardiner, B. (2012, July 22). We Are All Climate Change Idiots. New York Times’ Week in Review.
  • Voosen, P. (2012, July 9). Climate: Scientists Struggle with Limits — and Risks — of Advocacy. Greenwire.
  • Nisbet, M.C. (2012, May 25). Squaring the Genetically Modified Crop Circle. New Scientist magazine.
  • Hertsgaard, M. (2012, April 2). How a Grassroots Rebellion Won the Nation’s Biggest Climate Change Victory. Mother Jones.
  • Bojanowski, A. (2012, Feb. 23). WissenschaftlerskandalKlimaforsher entwendet Geheimpapier von Lobbygruppe. Der Speigel.com.
  • Revkin, A. (2012, May 25). Daniel Kahneman on the Trap of Thinking that We Know. Dot Earth blog, New York Times.com.
  • Eilperin, J. (2012, Feb. 21). Climate Scientist Admits to Duping Skeptic Group to Obtain Documents. Washington Post.
  • Spotts, M. (2012, Feb. 21). Climategate Sequel? Scientist Lies to Get Heartland Institute Document. Christian Science Monitor.
  • Rennie, J. (2011, Dec. 6). Mind Games on Global Warming. Smart Planet.com.
  • Kuper, S. (2011, Nov. 25). Squabbling While the World Burns. Financial Times.
  • Fouhy, B. (2011, Nov. 10). Tweets Become New Spin Room in 2012 Race. Associated Press.
  • Fahy, D. (2011, Oct. 22). Shifting roles and emerging practices in online science reporting.  Association of British Science Writers.
  • Revkin, A. (Sept. 28, 2011). Reliable Sources in an Age of Too Much Information. Dot Earth blog at NY Times.com.
  • Revkin, A. (Sept. 27, 2011). Reaction to a New Plan for CO2 Progress. Dot Earth blog at NY Times.com.
  • Fahy, D. (2011, Sept. 28). Skeptical of Science: Among other new roles, journalists becoming critical of research. Columbia Journalism Review Online.
  • Whithey, J. (2011, July 11). Reviewing the Nisbet Report and Controversial Claims of Media Progress. Yale Forum on Climate Change & the Media.
  • Whithey, J. (2011, July 11). A Yale Forum Extended Chat with American University’s Matthew Nisbet. Yale Forum on Climate Change & the Media.
  • Revkin, A. (2011, June 28). Online Climate Explored at Google. Dot Earth blog at New York Times.com.
  • Badger, E. (2011, April 29). Placing the Blame for the Death of Cap and Trade.  Miller-McCune Magazine.
  • Anon. (2011, April 28). Flush with Cash. So What? The Economist.
  • Walsh, B. (2011, April 25). Battling Over the Climate War. Time magazine.
  • Revkin, A. (2011, April 25). Two Views of Climate Cause and Effect. Dot Earth Blog. The New York Times.com.
  • Revkin, A. (2011, April 25). Beyond the Climate Blame Game. Dot Earth Blog. The New York Times.com.
  • Kenward, A. (2011, April 22). Changes in Public Perception of Climate Change: Q&A with Matthew Nisbet. Climate Central.
  • NPR.org (2011, April 21). New Republic: Eco-Movement Faces Hostile Environment. National Public Radio web site.
  • Editorial (2011, April 21). Home Truths. Nature, 472, 260.
  • Klein, E. (2011, April 21). The green movement might have done everything right and still lost the cap and trade fight,writes Brad Plumer. Washington Post.com.
  • Petit, C.  (2011, April 21).  Climate Shift: Matt Nisbet Weighs In On Why Cap and Trade Failed to Catch Fire with Congress, Public. MIT Knight Science Journalism Tracker.
  • Plummer, B. (2011, April 21).  Blame Game. Has the Environmental Movement Been a Miserable Flop?  The New Republic.
  • Adam, D. (2011, April 20). Money Not the Problem in US Climate Debate. Nature.
  • Revkin, A. (Jan. 28, 2011). When a CO2 Solution Is Ahead of the Problem. Dot Earth blog at NY Times.com.
  • Ward, B. (2010, March 18). Chill Out and Cool Off, Researcher Advises Climate Scientists Agog Admist Controversies. Yale Forum on Climate Change & the Media.
  • Revkin, A. (2010, March 8). Should Scientists Fight Heat or Stick to Data. Doth Earth blog, New York Times.com.
  • Vergano, D. (2010, March 5). Scientists misread data on climate change. USAToday.com.
  • Acharya, S. (2010, March 4). How Engaged are Youth on Climate Change? American Today.
  • Samuelsohn, D. (2010, March 3). Graham’s Cap and Trade Pronouncement Reframes Hill Debate. New York Times.com.
  • Eilperin, J. (2010, March 2.) Youth and Climate Change. Post Carbon Blog, WashingtonPost.com.
  • WAMU (2010, March 1). The Climate Change Generation: Youth, Media, and Politics in an Unsustainable World. WAMU public radio broadcast, Washington, DC.
  • Cordon, E. (2010, Feb 5). New York Times’ Andrew Revkin, American University’s Matthew Nisbet Urge Better Communication on Climate Change. Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs, Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University.
  • Hilts, P. (2010, Feb. 5). Waves in a Shallow Pan: Has Climate Change in the MSM Lost its Authority? Columbia Journalism Review Online.
  • Gehrman, E. (2010, Feb 5). Global Warmings: Panel Says Media’s Decline Undercuts Public’s Education on Climate Change. Harvard Gazette.
  • Harte, J. (2009, Dec. 16). Shooting the Messenger: Climate Change Deniers Take Aim at Scientists. Philadelphia City Paper.
  • Kerr, R. (2009, Nov. 13). Amid Worrisome Signs of Warming, “Climate Fatigue” Sets In.  Science, 326, 925-928.
  • Schmidt, C. (2009). Communication Gap: The Disconnect between What Scientists Say and the Public Hears. Environmental Health Perspectives, 117, 12, 548-551.
  • Morello, L. (2009, Sept. 23). Obama and his aides phase ‘greenhouse gases’ out of their vocabulary. Climate Wire.
  • Holland, E. (2009, Sept. 9). Research, not relations. Columbia Journalism Review Online.
  • Brainard, C. (2009, Aug. 31). Can Science Be “Humanized?” Columbia Journalism Review Online.
  • Petit, C. (2009, July 10). A Survey of Public Views of Science Finds No Surprises. MIT Knight Science Tracker.
  • Lane, B. (2009, July 8). Closed Minds Stifle Science. The Australian newspaper.
  • Revkin, A. (2009, June 15). A Climate (Communication) Crisis? Dot Earth Blog. The New York Times Online.
  • Petit, C. (2009, June 15). Wire Service to Include Stories from Journalism Non-Profits. MIT Knight Science Tracker.
  • Petit, C. (2009, June 11). Nature Biotechnology: A lot of people who are not science journalists explain the problems facing those who are. MIT Knight Science Tracker.
  • Petit, C. (2009, June 5). Framing Science: Danish science writers having a conference – things there sound a Lot like things in the US. MIT Knight Science Tracker.
  • Dolgin, E. (2009, May 21). Fossil Frenzy. The Scientist Online.
  • Montenegro, M. (2009, May 21). Is There a Better Word for Doom? Six Experts Discuss the Merits of Framing Climate Change. Seed Magazine Online.
  • Etheridge, Eric (2009, May 20). Let’s Not Go Ape Over Ida. The Opinionator Blog. The New York Times Online.
  • Petit, C. (2009, May 20). Celebrity Inkstorm: Ida’s debut gets the klieg-lit, full-on publicity push. MIT Knight Science Tracker.
  • Brainard, C. (2009, May 19). The Mediacene Age. Columbia Journalism Review Online.
  • Petit, C. (2009, May 19). Big day for Darwinius masillae, and also for Publicityhoundus missinglinkextravaganserooza. MIT Knight Science Tracker.
  • Marshal, C. (2009, May 15). Gore talks about politics, polls and protests. Climate Wire and New York Times Online.
  • Petit, C. (2009, May 9). Geologist astronaut Harrison Schmitt heads for NY climate skeptics meeting. MIT Knight Science Tracker.
  • Marshall, C. (2009, April 17). Poll spotlights influence of religious groups in climate debate. Climate Wire.
  • Marshall, C. (2009, April 12). Record number of Americans say global warming is ‘exaggerated’ in media. Climate Wire.
  • Brainard, C. (2009, April 3). Making Room for Skeptics? Columbia Journalism Review Online.
  • Brainard, C. (2009, March 13). Gallup: Many Americans Think Media Exaggerate Global Warming. Columbia Journalism Review Online.
  • Fleck, J. (2009, March 8). Former Astronaut Says Warming Natural. Albuquerque Journal (NM).
  • Marshall, C. (2009, March 5). The Language of the Cap and Trade Debate. New York Times Online.
  • Petit, C. (2009, March 2). A furious assault in the blogosphere, by the big media guns of climate change worry, on George Will. MIT Knight Science Tracker.
  • Brainard, C. (2009, Feb. 26). The George Will Affair. Columbia Journalism Online.
  • Revkin, A. (2009, Feb. 24). In Climate Debate, Exaggeration Is a Pitfall. The New York Times.
  • Revkin, A. (2009, Feb. 23). Gore Pulls Slide of Disaster Trends. Dot Earth Blog, The New York Times Online.
  • Petit, C. (2009, Feb. 23). Washington Post: Climate change refugees, already? Plus more WaPost science news. MIT Knight Science Tracker.
  • Brainard, C. (2009, Feb. 10). Science Journalism Events at AMNH, AAAS. Columbia Journalism ReviewOnline.
  • Revkin, A. (2009, Jan. 22). Obama Urgent on Warming, Public Cool. Dot Earth Blog. The New York Times Online.
  • Mooney, C. (2009, Jan. 15). Mission Accomplished. Slate Magazine.
  • Massimiano, Bucchi (2009, Jan. 14). Tanti gli angeli e pochi i demoni Il difficile è rompere i pregiudizi La Stampa (Italy), pg. 20.
  • Petit, C. (2009, Jan. 7). A journalist for surgeon general? Sanjay Gupta, M.D., looks to be the man. MITKnight Science Tracker.
  • The Kojo Namdi Show (2009, Dec. 9). Religion, Science, and the Climate Change Debate. WAMU-NPR.

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