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RNCSE 32:4 now on-line

NCSE is pleased to announce that the latest issue of Reports of the National Center for Science Education is now available on-line.

Discussing climate change in informal education

The New York Times

"With many zoos and aquariums now working with conservation organizations and financed by individuals who feel strongly about threatened habitats and species, managers have been wrestling with how aggressive to be in educating visitors on the perils of climate change," reports The New York Times (August 26, 2012).

NCSE's McCaffrey and Rosenau at Daily Kos

Daily Kos

When the popular Daily Kos blog decided to devote a week-long blogathon, running August 17 through August 24, 2012, to climate change, two NCSE staffers were invited to contribute.

Two interviews with Eugenie C. Scott

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NCSE's executive director was recently interviewed twice about science denial in on-line venues.

"Louisiana's Loch Ness mythology"

The Baton Rouge Advocate (August 16, 2012) editorially excoriated Louisiana's controversial new voucher program for its funding of schools that "not only teach creationist nonsense, but are proud of it."

A glimpse of Global Weirdness

Global Weirdness

NCSE is pleased to offer a free preview (PDF) of Climate Central's Global Weirdness (Pantheon, 2012).

Polling climate change in Canada


A new survey addresses the views of Canadians on climate change.

A worry from Missouri

Is a new amendment to the Missouri state constitution going to undermine the teaching of evolution in the state's public schools?

Kentucky legislators assailing evolution

Legislators in the Kentucky state senate are concerned about the presence of evolution in the state science standards and associated end-of-course testing.

Scott on climate change education

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Visiting the University of Minnesota on August 6, 2012, NCSE's executive director Eugenie C. Scott spoke on "Climate change: Why the resistance?"


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