Melissa Troutman and Joshua Pribanic, Co-founders of Public Herald

Melissa Troutman and Joshua Pribanic, Co-founders of Public Herald

Amy Westervelt interviews the documentary filmmakers about "Invisible Hand," their new film exploring the "Rights of Nature" movement.
/ activism, , International, media, , Podcast, Season 5
Readers Respond: Michael Shellenberger and Apocalypse Never

Readers Respond: Michael Shellenberger and Apocalypse Never

Amory Lovins, David Lowry, Kert Davies take issue with a well-known contrarian's takes on nuclear power, Obama-era policy.
/ activism, media, Opinion,
Repackaged Disinformation: Fossil Fuel’s “Next Generation” PR Strategy Is the Same Old Climate Deception

Repackaged Disinformation: Fossil Fuel’s “Next Generation” PR Strategy Is the Same Old Climate Deception

To win over young people, Big Oil is returning to climate disinformation strategies.
/ fossil fuel industry, media, National, PR,
Apocalypse Maybe: Michael Shellenberger’s Book and the Problem with Either/Or Arguments on Climate

Apocalypse Maybe: Michael Shellenberger’s Book and the Problem with Either/Or Arguments on Climate

"Apocalypse Never" could have been a useful critique of the environmental movement, but it's become a climate denier favorite instead.
/ activism, media, Opinion
As The New York Times Thinks Through Its Op-ed Policy, Will It Stop Publishing Climate Denial?

As The New York Times Thinks Through Its Op-ed Policy, Will It Stop Publishing Climate Denial?

The "marketplace of ideas" at the nation's paper of record shouldn't include debunked arguments attempting to discredit climate science.
/ media, Opinion
The Thing About Science Denial and Disinformation Is It Works

The Thing About Science Denial and Disinformation Is It Works

Companies and political operatives deploy disinformation because it's effective, hard to track, almost never punished, and takes years to reverse.
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