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  1. Climate emergencies do not justify engineering the climate

    Sillmann, Jana; Lenton, Timothy M.; Levermann, Anders; Ott, Konrad; Hulme, Mike; Benduhn, Francois; Horton, Joshua
    Current climate engineering proposals do not come close to addressing the complex and contested nature of conceivable ‘climate emergencies’ resulting from unabated greenhouse gas emissions.
    - 27-sep-2015

  2. The Campaign Casino: Elections Have Become a Get-Rich-Quick Scheme, and the Press Is Missing the Story

    Aitken, Lee
    - 18-sep-2014

  3. A Letter to Journalists from a Former FCC Commissioner

    Copps, Michael
    - 18-sep-2014

  4. The Challenges of Democratizing News and Information: Examining Data on Social Media, Viral Patterns and Digital Influence

    Wihbey, John P
    The advent of social media and peer-to-peer technologies offers the possibility of driving the full democratization of news and information, undercutting the agenda-setting of large media outlets and their relative control of news and information flows. We are now about a decade into the era of the social Web. What do the data indicate about changing news flows and access/consumption patterns in the United States? Are we witnessing a paradigm shift yet, or are legacy patterns reasserting themselves? This paper brings together media industry data and perspective—from NPR, the Boston Globe and the Wall Street Journal—with a growing body of social...
    - 18-sep-2014

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