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Here’s veteran TV meteorologist Paul Douglas (“A Message from a Republican Meteorologist on Climate Change): “I’m going to tell you something that my Republican friends are loath to admit out loud:  climate change is real.   I am a moderate … Continue reading

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A conservative specialist in environmental law—Professor Jonathan Adler of Case Western Reserve University—lays out a thoughtful conservative approach to tackling climate change in a recent post at The Atlantic magazine.   Climate hawk David Roberts (Grist) accurately describes Adler’s piece … Continue reading

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Soon after Peter Wehren broke with conservative orthodoxy (A Thoughtful Conservative Perspective – Part I) by urging conservatives to accept the reality of climate change and move on to solutions, Commentary editor Jonathan Tobin issued a sharp rebuttal. Tobin charges … Continue reading

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Here’s a refreshing voice.   Peter Wehner has impeccable conservative credentials, having served  under Reagan, George H. W. Bush, and most recently as deputy assistant to Pres. George W. Bush.  He resides at the “The Ethics & Public Policy Center,” a … Continue reading

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We have to address the fears.     That is my #1 take away climate communication message from the AGU meeting in San Francisco. For many skeptics, resistance to accepting climate science stems primarily from fear, not ignorance or misinformation.    … Continue reading

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Once again, Dr. John Abraham (St. Thomas University & CSRRT) models how to stay friendly yet forceful, when interviewed by a conservative talk radio host . America’s Radio News Network is a tough format.    With only 8-9 minutes to … Continue reading

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