Harvard Panel with Andrew Revkin on "Climate Scientists, Skeptics, & the Media"
For readers at Harvard, I will be participating in a panel discussion at the Kennedy School of Government on Thurs. Feb. 4 from noon to 2pm. Details are below and at this link.
The big draw, of course, will be fellow panelist Andrew Revkin, making one of his first public appearances since taking a buyout from his full time position at the New York Times.
February 4, 2010 - 12:00pm - 2:00pm
Harvard Kennedy School Nye B/C, Taubman Building, 5th Floor 79 JFK Street Cambridge, MA
"The Public Divide Over Climate Change: Scientists, Skeptics and the Media."
Join a conversation with distinguished journalist Andrew Revkin, New York Times 'Dot Earth' blog, and Matthew Nisbet, American University communications professor and 'Framing Science' blog. First in a spring seminar series. Sponsors: Belfer Center Environment and Natural Resources Program and Shorenstein Center on the Press, Politics and Public Policy. Open to the Harvard community. Lunch provided.
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