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Doubting Science – Let’s Differentiate Between Climate Change and Covid-19 Science

We must do a better job of communicating that climate science has a far more stable footing and longer history than the scientific study of a novel virus

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Has the Pandemic Changed the Narrative on Rural Communities?

The world is looking at rurality through a different lens as high density urban areas suffer from the ongoing pandemic

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Reminder: Exxon Predicted Today’s Man-made CO2 Levels and Temperature Increases in 1982…Then Lied

Nearly 40 years ago Exxon’s internal study predicted today’s climate impacts with chilling precision…then they wove a false narrative to protect profits

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California’s Transition to Renewable Energy: the Rest of the Story

California’s energy transition is in full swing and the Golden State seems willing to set an example for the rest of the world. Yet, some of the downsides of the transition receive far less attention.

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Deconstructing Dangerous “Hurricane Karma” Rhetoric about the South

Saying that the South “deserves” what it gets because of its policy preferences and climate denial ignores the complexity of the region

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On Climate Change, the South Has a Democratic Party Problem

While southern Republicans are par for the course on climate science, southern Democrats lag significantly behind party views nationally

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The Gibson Lacey Act “Raid”: Failing to Bridge the Gap

What Youtube and the Gibson Factory Raid Have to Teach Us About Public Communication on Environmental Issues

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About the Environmental Narratives Project

The Environmental Narratives Project aims to assess the narratives surrounding environmental issues,  grounding them in both historical and present-day context.

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