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An artistic exploration of ocean acidification research
Who produces the knowledge we consume and digest? What are their names, their beliefs, their fears? What are their favorite books and meals? What sacrifices do they make? In Septem …
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Reflections on writing narratives in communicating science – Part 2
If you haven’t read part 1 of this blog yet, click here… Narrative structure and interactivity The storylines that Juliette and her team present were produced using the ES …
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Reflections on writing narratives in communicating science – Part 1
Five years into building Climanosco from the ground up and slowly but steadily growing our content and community, this year’s lock-down situation allowed me to step back to reflect …
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What drives the South Asian monsoon?
The South Asian monsoon is a unique weather pattern that brings important amounts of rain to the Indian subcontinent every year from June to September. Until quite recently it was …
How solar activity impacts our climate
Viewed by the naked eye from Earth, our Sun seems a reliable constant – an unblemished disk that makes its predictable entrance and exit from our sky every day. Taking a closer loo …
A month on Arctic ice
As far as the eye can see there is only white, illuminated constantly by light. In these spring nights the sun sets just below the horizon but for an hour or two. We are all cocoon …
Connecting the dots: air pollution, climate and health
The air we breathe in large cities but also in many other areas is loaded with pollutants. These may be found in the air in the gaseous form but also in the form of small particles …
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Ready, set, go!
It’s been a while since we’ve published anything, and based on that, it might appear that we’ve had a very quiet 2017. But things are not always what they appear to be at first gla …