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NCSE's Scott interviewed by Inside Climate News

Eugenie C. ScottEugenie C. Scott

NCSE's executive director Eugenie C. Scott was interviewed by Inside Climate News (July 2, 2013).

Congratulations to Bill McKibben

Bill McKibbenBill McKibben

NCSE offers its belated congratulations to Bill McKibben on winning the Sophie Prize, "established to inspire people working towards a sustainable future," for 2013, in recognition of his efforts to combat climate change.

"Climate science is core to science education"

American Meteorological Society

The American Meteorological Society, in a policy statement adopted on May 23, 2013, affirmed the importance of climate science to science education.

Hansen receives Ridenhour Courage Prize

james_hansen.jpgJames E. Hansen

NCSE is delighted to congratulate James E. Hansen on receiving the Ridenhour Courage Prize for 2013.

A new Gallup poll on climate change

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"U.S. worry about global warming is heading back up after several years of expanded public skepticism," according (PDF) to a new poll from Gallup. Also heading back up are the rate of understanding that most scientists accept global warming and the rate of accepting that increases in the global temperature over the last century are mostly due to human activity.

Three new climate advisors for NCSE

NCSE's climate advisors

NCSE is pleased to announce three new additions to its Advisory Council, reflecting the addition of climate education to NCSE's area of concern: James E. Hansen, Michael MacCracken, and Bill McKibben.

A new Pew poll on global warming

Pew Research Center

A new poll from the Pew Research Center for the People and the Press asked about global warming and its causes.

Polling Republicans on climate change

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A new report from the George Mason University Center for Climate Change Communication and the Yale Project on Climate Change Communication suggests (PDF) that a slim majority of Republicans accept that climate change is happening.

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