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Craig Idso

Craig D. Idso

Credentials

  • Ph.D., Geography, Arizona State University.
  • B.S., Geography, Arizona State University.
  • M.S., Agronomy, University of Nebraska - Lincoln. 

Source: [1]

James Inhofe

James Inhofe

​James M. Inhofe

 Credentials

  • BA, Economics, University of Tulsa, 1973. [1]

 Background 

David Tuerck

David Tuerck

David G. Tuerck

 Credentials

  • Doctorate in economics from the University of Virginia.
  • A.M., Economic Policy, George Washington University.
  • A.B., International Affairs, George Washington University.

Source: [1], [2]

Steve Goreham

Steve Goreham

​Steve Goreham

 Credentials

  • M.S. In Electrical Engineering from the University of Illinois.
  • MBA from the University of Chicago

Source: [1]

Anthony Watts

Anthony Watts

Credentials

Anthony Watts studied Electrical Engineering and Meteorology at Purdue University, but he did not graduate. [1], [2]

He is a former television meteorologist.

Robert Mendelsohn

Robert Mendelsohn

Robert O. Mendelsohn

 Credentials

  • Ph.D., economics, Yale University (1978).
  • B.A., economics, Harvard University (1973).

Source: [1]

Alan Carlin

Alan Carlin

​Alan Carlin

 Credentials

  • Ph.D in Economics from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
  • B.S. in Physics from the California Institute of Technology.

Source: [1]

Larry Bell

Larry Bell

​Larry Bell

Credentials

  • Professor of Architecture at the University of Houston.
  • AIAA, ASCE. Registered Architect and urban planner.
  • Master of Fine Arts, University of Illinois.
  • Bachelor of Architecture, University of Illinois,

Source: [1]

David Schnare

David Schnare

​David W. Schnare

Credentials

  • J.D., George Mason University School of Law (1999).
  • Ph.D., Environmental Management, the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill (1979).
  • M.Sc., Public Health-Environmental Science, University of North Carolina School of Public Health.
  • Bachelor's Degree (chemistry and math major), Cornell College in Mt. Vernon, Iowa.

George Marshall: The Ingenious Ways We Avoid Believing in Climate Change

George Marshall, founder of the UK-based Climate Outreach Information Network, has a new three-part video series exploring ‘The Ingenious Ways We Avoid Believing in Climate Change.’  Marshall explores the psychology of climate change denial and climate communications, both in this video series and on his blog ClimateDenial.org. Check out the videos below.
 
Part one
Risk – and why we don’t feel threatened by climate change
Belief – why we can’t just accept the information and need to believe in it
Attention – how avoiding  talking about climate change is like avoiding talking about human rights atrocities

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