The Science is Settled
Wait! If the Science is settled, why am I still hearing it's not settled?
If the Science is settled and someone tells me it's not settled, how do I know they're wrong?
The Science is settled, but someone tells me it's impossible to fix and/or too expensive. How do I know they're wrong?
Special sites for clergy to bring themselves up to speed on the issues
Yale Climate Communications Research
Readings for Advocacy Writing
- LTE and Op-Ed Guidelines
- How to find the names of your US Senators and US Representative
- Bender, What Writers Can Learn From 'Goodnight Moon'
- Carey, The Long Slow Death of No Child Left Behind
- George, Yellow Is the New Green
- Hiestand, On Style
- Lakoff, Metaphors We Live By
- Lamott, Shitty First Drafts
- Luntz, Words That Work
- MLK Jr, letter from Birmingham Jail
- Muller, The Conversion of a Climate-Change Skeptic
- Onan, Not Stopping
- Orlean, On voice
- Orwell, Politics and the English Language
- Orwell, Shooting an Elephant
- Pew, Beyond Red vs Blue The Political Typology
- Samuelson, Greehouse hypocrisy
- Tsui, Writing Alone Together
- Tufte, Syntax As Style
- Creating an E-8
Miscellaneous important items
Videos and Publications from Coursera: Turn Down the Heat: Why a 4°C Warmer World Must be Avoided, 2014