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The Trouble with Science Communications

Trained in science in college, I appreciate true skepticism.  Good scientists are skeptics; it is how they’re trained.    The consensus in the science community that human activities are causing climate change comes only after running global warming through its paces  – modeling, measuring, analyzing, testing, evaluating. Yet most scientists and professionals think that by marshaling enough data and information, we can change…read more →

Climate Change, PR and Politics

Three worlds I live in – climate change communications, public relations, and New Hampshire politics -fused last week when I was given a copy of the textbook, Public Relations Practices.  Stacey Smith gave me a copy because six years before I had managed a complex campaign on climate change and public opinion that led, ultimately, to one of the case…read more →

Welcome to my “Field of View”

I hope this blog will prove useful to my public relations clients and others interested in successful campaigns.  Tip: Readers can plan on reading my posts in less than two minutes. I’ll attempt to assemble and provide thoughtful commentary on issues of the day, and apply what I know and what I’ve learned in the areas of public affairs, nonprofit…read more →