Archive by date | June 2009

Focussing on sea level

Focussing on sea level

Nature Geoscience’s latest issue highlights the challenges of understanding fluctuating sea level – from 70 million years ago to the future (sea level content free to registered users). A collection of commentaries and research papers look at how sea level has changed in the past and try to project its future evolution. In addition, the issue provides insights into some of the societal impacts of sea level change, and how some countries are planning for the future.  Read more

Twittering the World Conference of Science Journalists

Over 800 science communicators from around the globe are heading to London’s Central Hall this week for the World Conference of Science Journalists. I’ll be there picking up news and issues on the climate beat, and reporting back via Twitter. Follow me @annabarnett.  Read more

Nobel laureates to meet in Lindau

Nobel laureates to meet in Lindau

Since 1951, Nobel laureates have been meeting yearly in Lindau on Lake Constance to pass on their gems of wisdom to the next generation. Young scientists eager to learn from the very best in their field are nominated to come to Lindau and meet the laureates whose work they most admire.  Read more

Climate Feedback joins GEN

Climate Feedback has recently become part of the Guardian Environment Network, a website from the Guardian that brings together the world’s best websites focusing on green topics. This means that we’re listed with other noteworthy climate blogs on their site and that some of our content will appear on their site from time to time. Needless to say, we’re very pleased to join GEN.  Read more