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The Coven

Posted on March 9th by Tom Yulsman. 40
The unmasking of our little secret — the Environmental Journalism Coven — began with Randy Olson's comments at DotEarth: The media were irrelevant and largely blameless in Climategate. The ...

The climate mirror

Posted on January 9th by Tom Yulsman. 2
Keith Kloor has put together a terrific post at his Collide-a-Scape blog consisting almost entirely of comments by readers of blogs on opposite sides of the climate ...

RealClimate refutes ludicrous column in Forbes magazine

Posted on January 6th by Tom Yulsman. 31
Then directs ludicrous attack on the target of Forbes' ludicrous attack Yesterday, I bemoaned the fact that I can't get no respect — or, more precisely, that my ...

Is my science journalism compromised by politics?

Posted on December 11th by Tom Yulsman. 27
What about climate scientists? Are their findings biased by politics and other factors? [caption id="attachment_4683" align="alignright" width="260" caption="Al and me. "][/caption] There's been a lot of talk lately about bias in science. ...

Climate change “skeptic” vs “denier”: call me “INSANE”!

Posted on November 22nd by Tom Yulsman. 11
Over the weekend, I took part in an exchange of emails among a group of journalists, academics, scientists and bloggers on a subject that never fails to get a ...

Climate change: No new narrative in sight

Posted on October 21st by Tom Yulsman. 7
I just don't find it terribly newsworthy that Tea Party candidates and their supporters oppose cap-and-trade legislation, and doubt humankind's impact on the climate. Do you? But evidently, the New York ...

The graph that may have made Obama say ‘HOLY S . . . T!’

Posted on April 1st by Tom Yulsman. 4
Note: CEJournal is back in business after a bit of an R&R break. Sorry folks, this graph is no April fools joke. It was one of the graphics used ...

Check this out: “It’s the Lizard Brain, Stupid”

Posted on January 15th by Tom Yulsman.
Keith Kloor has a terrific post at his blog Collide-a-Scape. Here's how it starts: At what point will climate change advocates wake up to the fact that they are chasing ...

“Eye of the storm” — Keith Kloor profiles James Hansen

Posted on November 28th by Tom Yulsman. %
James Hansen speaks at the University of Colorado in April of 2009. (Photo: Tom Yulsman) Nature Reports Climate Change has published a provocative profile of James Hansen, appropriately titled "The Eye ...

Must read: a stinging rebuke of Joe Romm’s McCarthy tactics

Posted on November 4th by Tom Yulsman. 17
In a post at their Breakthrough Institute blog, Michael Shellenberger and Ted Nordhaus offer a full-throated statement of support for journalists like Keith Kloor who have incurred ...

Talking trash

Posted on November 2nd by Tom Yulsman. 2
In a post the size of a feature article, Joe Romm at Climate Progress has attacked Keith Kloor, a former Scripps fellow in environmental journalism here at the ...

The cap-and-trade Animal House

Posted on May 20th by Tom Yulsman. 2
  Yesterday, my colleague and friend Keith Kloor posted an hysterical send up of some of the players in the climate debate. He pictures a "Democratic politician (Waxman-Markey) at the wheel ...

Cap-and-trade: how much would the legislation tame global warming?

Posted on May 19th by Tom Yulsman. 6
NCAR climate modeler Tom Wigley runs several scenarios for CEJournal to find the answer How big an impact would the cap-and-trade legislation now being marked up in a House committee actually ...

Dumb and Dumber at Rommland

Posted on April 29th by Tom Yulsman. 10
A quick cross post from Keith Kloor over at Collide-a-Scape: So the Indispensable One is telling his choir to ignore a prestigious, internationally respected journal that has just devoted ...

The disaster of climate tyranny

Posted on March 12th by Tom Yulsman. 21
  Ed note: This is a cross-post from Keith Kloor's Collide-a-scape blog. Today, we both attended the same seminar he references below, and we were both about to blog about it ...