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Posts tagged with ‘global warming’

  • Science in the Public Square

    By Matt Impink on May 14, 2014
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    This week President Obama released a new report on climate change with much hoopla in an effort to get some headway on the issue. He however, faces an uphill climb as Americans rank it well behind many other issues, a recent survey of Americans found that climate change ranked #14 out of 15 public policy issues in importance. Yet the […]
  • And Now, the Rest of the Story

    By Sheila Suess Kennedy on April 24, 2014
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    Yesterday, I posted the text of a speech I delivered at Monday to Greenwood Rotary. Today, I’ll share the rest of the story. Let me set the stage, however, by being fair and pointing out that (1) the subject of the speech–the importance of science and what it tells us–was the choice of the Chapter President; (2) the program chair, […]
  • A Tale of Two Worldviews… In Two Installments

    By Sheila Suess Kennedy on April 23, 2014
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    On Monday, I spoke to the Greenwood Rotary. Unlike my usual topics, I’d been asked to expand on the theme of a recent IBJ column I’d written, on the costs of rejecting science. In today’s post, I’m sharing the talk (apologies for the length). Tomorrow, I’ll share reactions. (Hint: Earth is doomed.) ______________________ Recently, I devoted my IBJ column to […]