Making Sense of Americans’ Opinions About Climate Change

 JUL 7, 2015     ZACHARY SCHUSTER Source: Yale Project on Climate Change Communication The folks who did the renowned "Six Americas" study are back with more interesting data on opinions toward climate change and climate change adaptation. The Yale Project on Climate Change Communication has recently published a paper that breaks down opinions about climate change in … Continue reading Making Sense of Americans’ Opinions About Climate Change

Introducing the Revamped Early Career Climate Forum: What, Why, How and Where

 JUN 24, 2015     MICHELLE STAUDINGER NE CSC Science Coordinator Michelle Staudinger and UMass Amherst Dept. of Env. Conservation Assistant Professor Ezra Markowitz Welcome to the new and improved Early Career Climate Forum (ECCF)! We (Michelle Staudinger, Science Coordinator of the Northeast Climate Science Center and Ezra Markowitz, Assistant Professor in the Department of Environmental Conservation at … Continue reading Introducing the Revamped Early Career Climate Forum: What, Why, How and Where

When Does Synthesizing Begin? Contributing to Broader Theory During Early Career

 AUG 13, 2013     WINSLOW HANSEN After getting my undergraduate degrees from the University of Montana, I moved to Alaska to work as a research technician. I was looking for a big adventure and I found it. I spent a year traveling around the state of Alaska to rural indigenous villages. I worked with a post doc … Continue reading When Does Synthesizing Begin? Contributing to Broader Theory During Early Career