News & Commentary
Journalist’s Resource (2014, Feb.). Public Opinion on Biomedical Research: The Interplay of Partisanship and Public Beliefs about Science.
Shorenstein Center at Harvard University. Nisbet, M.C.& Markowitz, E. (2014, Feb. 18). Beyond Partisanship in Biopolitics.
The Scientist. Nisbet, M.c. & Markowitz, E. (2014, Feb. 19). Opinions about Scientific Advances Blur Party/Political Lines.
The Conversation UK. Revkin, A. (2014, Jan. 8). A Closer Look at Cold Snaps and Global Warming.
Dot Earth blog, The New York Times.com. The Kojo Nnamdi Show (2014, Jan. 8). Can Science Explain Extreme Weather?
WAMU-NPR, Washington DC. 2013
Schor, E. (2013, Dec. 13). The Education of an Unlikely Upstart with a “Weird” Name.
. Energy & Environment Daily Nisbet, M.C. (2013, Nov. 26). A New Model for Climate Advocacy: Pragmatism and compromise are needed to break down climate change into smaller, interconnected problems, where progress can actually be achieved.
Ensia magazine. Schor, E. (2013, Aug. 19). Are Climate Change Deniers the New “Birthers” in Obama’s Playbook?
Greenwire. Dembicki, G. (2013, Aug. 19). Is Bill McKibben Making the Climate Change Fight Harder?
The Tyee.ca. Subramanian, C. (2013, Aug. 8). Rebranding Climate Change as a Public Health Issue.
Time.com. Revkin, A. (2013, Aug. 1). Google’s Science Fellows Challenge the Company’s Fundraising for Senator Inhofe.
Dot Earth blog, The New York Times.com. Geman, B. (2013, July 6). Obama Channels His Inner Al Gore.
The Hill newspaper. Fahy & Nisbet, M.C. (2013, July). Debating Bioethics Openly.
The Scientist magazine. Nisbet, M.C. (2013, June 21). How to Win People’s Hearts and Minds for GM Farming.
New Scientist magazine. Corner, A. (2013, April 23). Climate Change Isn’t Just about the Environment-It’s a Public Health Problem.
The Guardian. Mooney, C. (2013, April 17). How Science Can Predict Where You Stand on XL Keystone.
. Mother Jones Online Rosenstiel, T. (2013, April 15). Why We Need a Better Conversation About the Future of Journalism Education.
Poynter.org. Revkin, A. (2013, April 8). Climate Campaigners Try Flooding the Comment Zone. Dot Earth blog,
The New York Times.com. Brainard, C. (2013, March 28). Hela-cious Coverage: Media Overlook Ethical Angles of Henrietta Lacks Story.
Columbia Journalism Review Online. Petit, C. (2013, March 12). Matt Nisbet Leads a Tour of Knowledge Journalism.
MIT Knight Science Journalism Tracker. Kloor, K. (2013, March 9). Is Localism a Retro Fad or Blueprint for Sustainability? Collidiscape blog,
. Discover Magazine Online Ferris, D. (2013, March 12). How Super-Achieving Journalists Shape Our Thinking.
Forbes Magazine Online. Revkin, A. (2013, March 7). A Communications Scholar Analyzes Bill McKibben’s Path on Climate. Dot Earth blog,
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Green. M. (2o12, Nov. 9). Is Washington Ready to Act on Climate Change?
Newsweek / Daily Beast. Revkin, (2012, Oct. 10). Is Online Communication An Asset or a Liability?
Dot Earth blog, New York Times.com. Revkin, A. (2012, Oct. 1). From Abstract to News Release to Story, a Tilt to the Front Page Thought.
Dot Earth blog, New York Times.com. Harris, R. (2012, Sept. 10). When Heat Kills: Global Warming as Public Health Threat.
NPR News “All Things Considered.” Wihbey, J. (2012, Aug. 16). The List Goes on and On: Denier, Alarmist, Warmer, Confusionist, Believer.
Yale Forum on Climate Change and the Media. Anon. (2012, Aug. 16). Public Health, Rather than Environment, National Security?
Yale Forum on Climate Change & the Media. Anon. (2012, Aug. 30). Matthew Nisbet Q&A: Framing Public Health Issues.
. Robert Wood Johnson Foundation New Public Health Blog Anon. (2012, Aug. 14). Scholars’ Research Offers Insight Into Future Debate about Climate Change.
. Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Revkin, A. (2012, Aug. 14). Should Candidates Talk about Climate Change? Dot Earth blog,
. New York Times.com Nisbet, M.C. & Scheufele, D.A. (2012, July 23). Opinion: Scientists’ Intuitive Failures.
The Scientist. Gardiner, B. (2012, July 22). We Are All Climate Change Idiots.
. New York Times’ Week in Review Voosen, P. (2012, July 9). Climate: Scientists Struggle with Limits — and Risks — of Advocacy.
Greenwire. Nisbet, M.C. (2012, May 25). Squaring the Genetically Modified Crop Circle.
. New Scientist magazine Hertsgaard, M. (2012, April 2). How a Grassroots Rebellion Won the Nation’s Biggest Climate Change Victory.
Mother Jones. Bojanowski, A. (2012, Feb. 23). WissenschaftlerskandalKlimaforsher entwendet Geheimpapier von Lobbygruppe.
Der Speigel.com. Revkin, A. (2012, May 25). Daniel Kahneman on the Trap of Thinking that We Know.
Dot Earth blog, New York Times.com. Eilperin, J. (2012, Feb. 21). Climate Scientist Admits to Duping Skeptic Group to Obtain Documents.
Washington Post. Spotts, M. (2012, Feb. 21). Climategate Sequel? Scientist Lies to Get Heartland Institute Document.
Christian Science Monitor.
Rennie, J. (2011, Dec. 6). Mind Games on Global Warming.
Smart Planet.com. Kuper, S. (2011, Nov. 25). Squabbling While the World Burns.
Financial Times. Fouhy, B. (2011, Nov. 10). Tweets Become New Spin Room in 2012 Race.
Associated Press. Fahy, D. (2011, Oct. 22). Shifting roles and emerging practices in online science reporting.
Association of British Science Writers. Revkin, A. (Sept. 28, 2011). Reliable Sources in an Age of Too Much Information.
Dot Earth blog at NY Times.com. Revkin, A. (Sept. 27, 2011). Reaction to a New Plan for CO2 Progress.
Dot Earth blog at NY Times.com. Fahy, D. (2011, Sept. 28). Skeptical of Science: Among other new roles, journalists becoming critical of research.
Columbia Journalism Review Online. Whithey, J. (2011, July 11). Reviewing the Nisbet Report and Controversial Claims of Media Progress.
Yale Forum on Climate Change & the Media. Whithey, J. (2011, July 11). A Yale Forum Extended Chat with American University’s Matthew Nisbet.
Yale Forum on Climate Change & the Media. Revkin, A. (2011, June 28). Online Climate Explored at Google.
Dot Earth blog at New York Times.com. Badger, E. (2011, April 29). Placing the Blame for the Death of Cap and Trade.
Miller-McCune Magazine. Anon. (2011, April 28). Flush with Cash. So What?
The Economist. Walsh, B. (2011, April 25). Battling Over the Climate War.
Time magazine. Revkin, A. (2011, April 25). Two Views of Climate Cause and Effect. Dot Earth Blog.
The New York Times.com. Revkin, A. (2011, April 25). Beyond the Climate Blame Game. Dot Earth Blog.
The New York Times.com. Kenward, A. (2011, April 22). Changes in Public Perception of Climate Change: Q&A with Matthew Nisbet.
Climate Central. NPR.org (2011, April 21). New Republic: Eco-Movement Faces Hostile Environment.
National Public Radio web site. Editorial (2011, April 21). Home Truths.
Nature, 472, 260. Klein, E. (2011, April 21). The green movement might have done everything right and still lost the cap and trade fight,
writes Brad Plumer. Washington Post.com. Petit, C. (2011, April 21). Climate Shift: Matt Nisbet Weighs In On Why Cap and Trade Failed to Catch Fire with Congress, Public.
MIT Knight Science Journalism Tracker. Plummer, B. (2011, April 21). Blame Game. Has the Environmental Movement Been a Miserable Flop?
The New Republic. Adam, D. (2011, April 20). Money Not the Problem in US Climate Debate.
Nature. Nisbet M.C. (2011, Spring.) Beyond the Blame Game.
Momentum Magazine. Maibach, E. & Nisbet, M.C. (2011, Spring). The Health Community Should Reframe Climate Change as a Human Health Issue.
Environmental Health Policy Institute. Physicians for Social Responsibility. Revkin, A. (Jan. 28, 2011). When a CO2 Solution Is Ahead of the Problem.
Dot Earth blog at NY Times.com.