Ep 20: Dave Roberts on conservatives and climate change

Feb. 5, 2018 by

http://feeds.soundcloud.com/stream/394189971-user-434246752-ep20-david-roberts.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Android | RSSWe talk to David Roberts from Vox about the intractability of conservatives on climate change and whether polarization is something to be avoided or embraced. Links for this episode Outside magazine

Ep 19: Climate Communication Own Goals

Sep. 26, 2017 by

http://feeds.soundcloud.com/stream/344112230-user-434246752-episode-19-climate-communication-own-goals.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Android | RSSAfter a summer, er… hiatus… we discuss a recent Nature Geoscience paper by Millar et al. and some factually untrue claims (not all of them by contrarians!) leading to an epic

Ep 18: Robert Mac on science comedy, part 2

Aug. 3, 2017 by

http://feeds.soundcloud.com/stream/336088642-user-434246752-ep-18-robert-mac-on-science-comedy-part-2.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Android | RSSPart 2 of our interview with stand-up comedian Robert Mac on telling Mormon jokes in Utah, the tension between accuracy and comedy, herd mentality and the different types of laughs. Special

Ep 17: Robert Mac on the secrets of comedy, part 1

Jul. 11, 2017 by

http://feeds.soundcloud.com/stream/332689730-user-434246752-ep-17-robert-mac-on-the-secret-of-comedy-part-1.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Android | RSSStand-up comedian Robert Mac gives a master class on comedy and story-telling, explaining how to show-don’t-tell, lay breadcrumbs, funnel your stories from wide to narrow, and understand your audience. Special thanks

Ep 16: Katharine Hayhoe on shared values

Jul. 7, 2017 by

http://feeds.soundcloud.com/stream/332109505-user-434246752-ep-16-katharine-hayhoe-on-shared-values.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Android | RSSWe talk to climate scientist Katharine Hayhoe about cheerfully responding to climate misinformation, finding shared values with your audience, finding hope in climate solutions, and denial mansplaining. Links from this episode

Ep 15: Oren Cass on alarmism vs denial

Jun. 22, 2017 by

http://feeds.soundcloud.com/stream/329508753-user-434246752-ep-15-oren-cass-on-alarmism-vs-denial.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Android | RSSHere is the second half of John Cook and Peter Jacobs’ interview with Oren Cass. They discuss alarmism, science denial and the consensus among economists on climate action. The podcast episode

Ep 14: Oren Cass and scientific consensus

Jun. 7, 2017 by

http://feeds.soundcloud.com/stream/327038122-user-434246752-ep-14-oren-cass-and-scientific-consensus.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Android | RSSJohn Cook and Peter Jacobs interview Oren Cass, after Oren and John exchanged articles in the National Review. Peter geeks out about the 2012 Presidential election (Oren was part of the Romney campaign) then

Ep 13: The science of climate science denial

May. 15, 2017 by

http://feeds.soundcloud.com/stream/322668433-user-434246752-ep-13-the-science-of-climate-science-denial.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Android | RSSJohn Cook and Peter Jacobs critique a National Review article by Oren Cass that misrepresents their 2016 paper on the scientific consensus on climate change. They discuss the techniques of climate science

Ep 12: Risks and rewards of science comedy

May. 12, 2017 by

http://feeds.soundcloud.com/stream/322310191-user-434246752-ep-12-risks-and-rewards-of-science-comedy.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Android | RSSCommunication researcher Emily Vraga joins us as co-host again to discuss science comedy. She explains her research into how comedy can increase credibility, engagement and reduce perceived aggression. We also critique a

Ep 11: Sarah Myhre and scrappy science communication

May. 4, 2017 by

http://feeds.soundcloud.com/stream/320940080-user-434246752-ep-11-sarah-myhre-and-scrappy-science-communication.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Android | RSSClimate scientist Sarah Myhre talks about her scrappy science communication: how she draws on expert witness training, hands-on experience, human emotions and transparency to build resilience and effectively communicate the science