2.01.2012

To the Wall Street Journal: check with climate scientists on climate

Wall Street Journal published letter by Dr. Kevin Trenberth & other climate researchers, "Check With Climate Scientists for Views on Climate." This letter was in response to the Wall Street Journal opinion piece, "No Need to Panic about Global Warming."

The denier blogosphere has been afire but among those also weighing in on the side of science are:

 Peter Frumhoff (Union of Concerned Scientists): "Dismal Science at the Wall Street Journal"

Ed Kilgore: "'Cui Bono' Indeed!" (Political Animal Blog, Washington Monthly)

 Joe Romm (Climate Progress): "Panic Attack: Murdoch’s Wall Street Journal Finds 16 Scientists to Push Pollutocrat Agenda With Long-Debunked Climate Lies"

Andrew Glikson (Australian National University): "We do need drastic action on climate change: a response to the Wall Street Journal" (The Conversation)

 The New Jersey Star-Ledger (NJ.com): "Wall Street Journal's climate change stance is suspect"

 The (UK) Guardian: "Wall Street Journal rapped over climate change stance"

 The Daily Climate: "Authors of Wall Street Journal climate piece downplay industry ties"

 Bud Ward (Yale Forum on CC & the Media): "WSJ ‘No Need to Panic’ Op-ed Prompts Heated Exchanges, Leading to Long-Awaited ‘Last Word’ (Not really of course)"

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MA: King's College London; BA: University of Washington; Association of American Geographers; International Environmental Communication Association; PUBLISHED WORK Antilla, L. (2010) “Self-censorship and science: a geographical review of media coverage of climate tipping points,” Public Understanding of Science 19(2): 240-256; Antilla, L. (2005) “Climate of scepticism: US newspaper coverage of the science of climate change,” Global Environmental Change 15(4): 338-52